A mysterious "void" appears to be pushing the Milky Way galaxy through the Universe at 2-million km/h, as if fleeing from what appears to be an enigmatic "dead zone."
The launch pad where Apollo 11 mission, the spacecraft that took the first humans to the moon, will be used by SpaceX to launch its 10th cargo mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
It turns out, Saturn is our protector all along. New study suggests Jupiter plays a different role in the solar system.
Tornadoes devastated New Orleans where a NASA facility is also located. The facility is where the agency's most powerful rocket is being manufactured.
Three cosmic events light up (or darken) the sky on the last day of the week.
A supermassive black hole located in a small galaxy 1.8 billion light years from Earth continues to feed on the remains of a star that was ripped apart more than a decade ago.
Physicists have just simulated a "superfluid" black hole that acts like liquid helium. This adds yet another strange dimension to the already odd phenomenon of black holes.
Lone ice volcano in the dwarf planet Ceres might actually have neighbors that progressively disappeared over millions of years.
People at the Midwest found themselves in shock after they witnessed a bright green flash zooming across the sky.
Proxima b is one of the most popular exoplanets -- not just because it's an exoplanet in itself, but it's one of the closest exoplanets to Earth. Now, recent studies are suggesting that it may actually be habitable.
The month of February is a colorful one for stargazers. Comets. planets and the brightest asteroid will be visible and could be spotted with binoculars.
A new study suggests that Mars was volcanically active 2 billion years ago. Researchers analyzed meteorites found on Earth to arrive at their conclusion.
Initial findings from NASA's twin study have been revealed. Twins and astronaut Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly participated in making the experiment possible.
Water molecules were detected by astronomers in the atmosphere of hot Jupiter 51 Pegasi B. The astronomers used CRISES and VLT to analyze the object.
Climate change denier Kenneth Haapala was allegedly removed from the NOAA transition team after employees expressed their disappointment over the decision. Administration representative argued that Haapala no longer has a position in the team.