A team of Dutch scientists hs announced that they have successfully harvested four types of crops on a Mars-like soil generated by NASA and are deemed safe for human consumption.
He is just one of the most recognizable CEOs in the world. And his company, SpaceX, is just one of the biggest – and probably one of the most successful. What is the secret behind the company’s success?
New evidence from a study published in the journal of Geophysical Research Letters supports the case that there could be water underneath the frozen surface of Pluto.
Alien hunters are accusing NASA of covering up an alien city sighting on the surface of Mars.
Juno will need to withstand Jupiter's harsh environment in order to carry out its mission. Juno engineers secured the spacecraft with specialized shielding and titanium vaults designed to survive the radiation in Jupiter.
The Juno spacecraft is less than 10 days to Jupiter. From a distance of 6 million miles on June 21, JunoCam was able to spot Jupiter and its four largest moons.
The Mars Curiosity Rover, currently ascending the slopes of Mount Sharp is set to face another mission and that is to study water sites on the red planet.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a strange dark vortex on Neptune that's perplexing astronomers.
Images from a NASA spacecraft shows Earth, Mars, Pluto and the Milky Way in an amazing time-lapse sequence.
A comet-scented perfume has been created by a British company, and it’s not exactly something you’d like to wear on a first date.
A new x-ray reverberation mapping technique was used by astronomers to study tidal disruptions. Tidal disruption happens when a star falls into a black hole that then leads to its death. Stellar materials are caught into the spinning disc formed outside the black holes. This behavior can now be observed using the new x-ray technology.
A group of astronomers have detected a supermassive dormant black hole devouring and shredding a nearby star via the X-rays emitted from the tidal disruption.
Scientists have said that LIGO's first detection of gravitational waves from two merging black holes is 12 billion years in the making, and there will be thousands of collisions to occur in the future.
When asked how is it like to return to Earth after a six-month space mission, British astronaut Tim Peake said it is like suffering the "world's worst hangover."