An ancient giant asteroid was reportedly found in Australia.
Titan and Europa both have Earth-like properties which is why scientists are closely monitoring the moons to know whether life forms exist on these celetial bodies.
A new study suggests that the the ancient atmosphere of Earth was only half as thick as it is today, reversing the commonly accepted idea that the early Earth had a thicker atmosphere to compensate for weaker sunlight during that time.
Experts at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA requires the public to use telscopes, binocular or solar filters in watching the Mercury transit because looking at the sun directly might damage your eyesight.
Astronauts aboard the ISS helped record footage using IMAX cameras installed in the spacecraft. They said this is the best visual recording of earth from outer space, next to seeing it with your own eyes.
A team of astronomers has recently discovered three habitable alien planets that have Earth-like qualities. Interestingly, these newly discovered exoplanets are orbiting a nearby "ultracool dwarf star" called TRAPPIST-1, shedding more hints that life outside the solar system could be possible.
In their efforts to help save the environment, Apple has introduced Liam, their iPhone recycling robot. They also partnered with WWF to launch Apps for Earth.
We live in such a globally competitive, profit-prioritizing world that we often forget to take into consideration the thing that matters the most: making our home, the earth, a liveable place for us and for the next generations to come.
If you're a tech-savvy and a fan of the outer space, mark the date from April 22 to April 24 because that's when NASA's International Space Apps Challenge is going to happen.
Mars will soon begin its retrograde motion on Saturday, April 16. During its retrograde motion, It will seem like Mars is going on reverse.
Climate change has long been considered a threat to human beings, but a new study showed that climate change also affects how the Earth tilts its axis in an interesting and harmless way.
A new planet has been discovered in an open star cluster that is relatively near to Earth. A University of Texas astronomer reported the finding in a recent journal publication.
Recently analyzed lava samples suggest water was present when the planets were just beginning to form.
Diamonds may form under a much simpler process involving natural pH changes, making them less rare than we once thought.
Mineral clues hidden within ancient molten rocks suggest life on the planet arose 300 million years ahead of previous estimates. This changes the way scientists view the Earth following its formation 4.5 billion years ago.