NASA’s Juno probe is finally back in action after experiencing a glitch that prevented it from gathering data during its Jupiter flyby last week. It is now preparing for a close flyby of the planet on December.
A supermoon is a full moon that is closer to Earth than average. This November, the full moon or supermoon will be the biggest and brightest since 1948. Find out where, when and how to see November’s supermoon.
A group of artists filled a street in Toronto with thousands of books as a way to fight pollution, noise and traffic.
NASA’s Expedition 49 crew is preparing to plant its newest on-orbit crop in the space station to learn how to grow their own fresh food in space.
The European Space Agency (ESA) will use optical communications – using lasers to signal across space – to deliver scientific discoveries from space to Earth.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is debating whether to consider food sourced from recirculating hydroponic and aquaponic agricultural methods should be considered organic.
Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have reached a critical threshold for the first time in history since 2014.
The new Banxing-2 “selfie stick” satellite has captured new images of the Tiangong 2, China’s space station.
Women are catching up to men in terms of alcohol consumption. Previous studies have shown that men are more likely than women to drink alcohol in quantities that could be damaging to health.
After successfully completing its in-flight escape system test a few weeks ago, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is still on schedule to send tourists into orbit by 2018.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has begun the second phase of its PANGAEA field training for the astronauts’ future missions to the Red Planet.
A new study suggests that Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, which was explored by the Rosetta spacecraft, is relatively a newcomer in the inner solar system.
The launch of the most-anticipated weather satellite GOES-R has been delayed by Hurricane Matthew. But NOAA is working to finally deploy the satellite in November this year.
Iceland is drilling into the Earth to tap renewable energy from liquid magma. This new energy source could reach temperatures of 400 to 1,000 degrees Celsius.