A bright fireball lit up the sky in Botswana, Africa. It is the result of an asteroid impact that astronomers detected just hours before it collided with Earth.
An asteroid larger than a football field is speeding toward Earth, and it's expected to whiz past just a hair's breadth away on Tuesday, May 15. It will be Earth's closest ever encounter to a space rock this size.
With so much asteroids speeding through space, is a crash imminent?
The precious metals of 16 Psyche is said to be worth many times more than the global economy.
Saturn's large, icy, oceanic moon Enceladus may have been tipped away from its original axis.
Had the extinction-level asteroid struck the planet in a different time and location, the outcome may have been different. If it landed in the ocean, dinosaurs could have survived.
A massive asteroid passed by Earth on April 19 and might be visible for a couple of days. This is the largest asteroid of its size to approach the planet.
A giant asteroid will approach the planet on April 19. It will fly very close that stargazers will be able to see it using small telescopes.
The Analemma Tower may be a new name for some people, however it is actually being pegged as the "world's tallest building."
Tsunamis could have stirred huge amounts of Martian ocean billions of years ago. A new study suggests that deposits discovered are remains of giant tsunamis caused by asteroid impacts.
New theory suggests that the Mars' moon Phobos might actually collapse one day and form set of rings around the red planet.
An extinction-level asteroid impact, one-third the size of the one that killed the dinosaur, may have caused the extinction of 35 species of animals and the obliteration of the Clovis Native American civilization.
A small asteroid passed by the Earth at a distance that's 20 times nearer compared to the moon. The close approach enabled experts to view the space rock from a telescope.
A peanut-sized asteroid bigger than the Empire State Building passed by the Earth. It did not pose any threat but experts warn that it may strike the Earth in the future.