Hubble Space Telescope captures vivid auroras in the atmosphere of Jupiter's poles deepening astronomer's understanding on how the sun and other objects influence auroras.
One of the black boxes from the downed EgyptAir Flight 804 confirms that there was smoke inside the plane before it crashed. The other black box is still being repaired and is expected to provide more information about the incident.
University of Nottinghom released new ultra deep image of distant Universe capturing more than 250,000 galaxies.
Researchers from MIT developed a new cheap and lighweight sensor that can be carried around anywhere and detect toxic gas using smartphone and other wireless devices.
More than one-third of the world's population cannot see the night skies because of light pollution, but its effect on wildlife and ecosystem is even worse than you think.
Adélie penguins may be very adorable, but we can lose these iconic creatures if we don't work towards their conservation. A new study puts a looming deadline: 2099.
Scientists are looking at Enceladus, the 6th largest moon of Saturn for possible signs of life as it emits water plumes from its core.
Bear-related human deaths are rare in the area. Since 1910, this has been only the 10th incident.
The United States government is planning to amend "Common Rule," a set of regulations on research involving human subjects, but an independent science group says the proposal to make the changes should be withdrawn. Instead, it suggests that the government create an independent national commission first.
With the latest technology in astronomy, researchers can now further scrutinize the behavior or complex molecules around newborn stars and if the molecules eventually turn into planetary systems.
A new study revealed that the color of a galaxy might determine tha age of its stars and what they were made from.
An algae crisis is happening in Florida as smelly, thick algae invade the state’s popular beaches.
The city of San Francisco in California will no longer allow food packaging and other products made of polystyrene starting next year. This includes foam items like coffee cups, coolers, packaging for food, disposable dishware, toys for swimming, and other foam items.
A new study revealed that women who attend religious services once or more every week have five time lower risk of subsequent suicide.