Methane analyzers were installed in some Google Street View cars in order to detect invisible sources of methane leaks. The cars drive along urban areas where distribution pipelines are underground.
NASA is working on new space communications technology and high-speed Internet technology to deliver faster data transfer from space to Earth and vice versa.
A new study suggests that ancestors of sea otters were already using tools millions of years ago. This means the species learned to use tool earlier than dolphins.
Two visible breaks were discovered in one of Mars Curiosity Rover's wheels. The wheels are already showing signs of wear and tear from traversing the unforgiving Martian terrain.
Scientists are investigating the origin of fast radio bursts detected by the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. They did not rule out the possibility that the signals were sent by an alien civilization.
SpaceX is working with NASA in identifying potential landing sites on Mars. The difficult part is that the region has to have both ice and enough sunlight.
The trending chicken in one Facebook video is real. The monstrous animal is a Brahma chicken that can grow up to 18 pounds.
ESA's Rosetta probe captured images that could prove that there are landslides on the surface of comet 67P. The changing weather, geologic process and mechanical effects of spinning are some of the reasons cited that's causing erosion.
The world will witness the pink full moon this April. But experts warn that there would be no difference with the appearance of the moon. It is called as such to signify the blooming period of a spring flower called wild ground phlox.
Climate Change efforts are not looking good under the Trump administration after EPA receives a 31 budget cut from the 2018 budget outline. WH budget director thinks that spending on climate change efforts is a waste of money.
Japan launched a new spy satellite to keep tabs on North Korea's missile program. JAXA did not provide a live stream but a company provided a video of the launch.
Former astronaut and moon voyager Buzz Aldrin takes the world into a virtual reality tour of Mars. He wanted his film to help NASA focus on one grand plan to build a permanent settlement on the red planet.
The famous astrophysicist Stephen Hawking expressed his delight after Richard Branson offered him a seat on a Virgin Galatic flight bound to space. Hawking said when he received the offer, he accepted it immediately.
They may be tall but the view up there is definitely not different from the vertically challenged individuals. In a controversial podcast, basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal said he believes that the Earth is flat.