During its exploration of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the Rosetta probe detected magnetic field oscillations that were later converted into sound. As the probe prepares for its finale, the comet sings a new song.
Scientists have created polymer sheets that could be programmed to transform in shape at a given time. The discovery could lead to new medical implants that could take shape inside the body.
The European Space Agency is conducting an experiment on the International Space Station to study antibacterial properties of materials in space to determine if future spaceships will be easier to clean.
On Sept. 27, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk dazzled the audience at the International Aeronautical Congress, as he revealed the full extent of his Mars colonization plans. What do experts have to say about this?
Images from ESA reveal a swirling Martian valley that could have once hosted life. The same spot could become the landing site for the ExoMars mission.
A typhoon wind turbine could harness energy so immense it could provide renewable energy to all of Japan for half a century.
SpaceX’s first manned mission to Mars might be named after the make-believe spaceship from the novel “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”
The United Nations’ first-ever space mission is set to launch into low-Earth orbit in 2021 aboard the Dream Chaser spacecraft.
A baby was born using the revolutionary “three-parent” gene technique, a method that incorporates DNA of three people.
Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos showed off first images of the New Glenn rocket design during its wind tunnel tests.
Scientists have engineered synthetic blood vessels in hopes of treating children born with serious heart defects. The artificial blood vessels, which could grow with age, could eventually eliminate the need for multiple surgeries in children.
When the sun was dimmer, the Earth did not freeze up, and scientists had earlier believed it was because of methane. Now, a new study shatters this long-held assumption.
A team of scientists found that the landscape of the universe does not have a preferred direction, but expands the same way in every direction.
A NASA spacecraft observes recent tectonic activity on Mercury, causing steep cliffs to appear on its surface.