Scientists believe that new missions geared towards the observation of Kuiper belt are required to confirm the new interpretation of the New Horizons data.
The most detailed image of the binary star system Eta Carinae provided astronomers with a ton of new information about the region and its two massive stars.
A new study suggests that there could still be an active volcano on the surface of Venus based on lava flow spotted on the images taken of the planet.
The ISS resupply mission cargo spacecraft, Cygnus will not only deliver goods to the ISS, but it will also serve as a safer venue for scientists to experiment with fire in space.
Three new astronauts left the Earth and are bound for the International Space Station (ISS) aboard the Russian spacecraft Soyuz MS-02.
The Chinese space agency announced that the Shenzhou 11 rocket carrying two astronauts successfully docked to Tiangong-2 experimental space station.
ESA's lander Schiaparelli is currently being hunted by engineers as the signal was cut before it was supposed to touch down on Mars.
Photobomb! The moon is set to pass across the Aldebaran star and photobomb its glory. The moon will occult or pass by and photobomb Aldebaran this Tuesday until Wednesday.
The famous animal popularized by a cartoon in the '90s is now back in the limelight. Apparently, the Tasmanian devil's milk might just be the solution to the perennial medical problem of superbugs.
The Orionids meteor shower will peak on Oct. 20 to Oct. 21 with 15 to 20 meteors per hour.
Musk found himself a competitor with Boeing, another commercial space flight company, who's CEO recently announced that he plans to beat Musk to Mars. The question now is, whose human-carrying rocket will make it to Mars first?
A different kind of Mars can be seen in one of MAVEN's infrared image of the red planet.
A baby elephant bravely tackled a waging river to save a "drowning" human being. The elephant was seen offering its trunk to the human and at the same time, using its foot to secure the person from the river.
A scientists recently issued a warning saying that devastating asteroids could hit the Earth without warning.