A unique kind of "Black Moon," the third of four new moons in one season will happen in August 21, 2017. It will mark the first total solar eclipse since the year 1918.
NASA discovered 'pumpkin stars' using the Kepler telescope and Swift mission just in time for Halloween.
From haunted houses, carved pumpkins or filling up your bellies with sweets, the Halloween season has become one of the most-celebrated and spookiest holidays of the year. However, did you know that the tradition of trick or treating has a bizarre, strange history?
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology used artificial intelligence to give people some spooky and scary images just a few days before Halloween.
A baby aye-aye lemur, perhaps one of the creepiest animals in the world, graces the ZSL London zoo for the first time since its birth on July 1.
Imagine a magical device that could tell the past, present and future as well as give human a connection to the unknown. In 1981, Ouija, "The Wonderful Talking Board" as The Pittsburg Dispatch describes it, was introduced to the market. Now, a historian reveals the mysterious history behind this "magical" board.
Halloween is often associated with many iconic, spooky animals. From spiders, to black cats, ravens, werewolves and vampire bats, innocent creatures seem to get a bad rep for the fear they instill in humans. But are the animals really all that spooky?
A band of hungry hogs has gone wild in a Florida county, wreaking havoc on homes and threatening to ruin Halloween for all those trick-or-treaters out and about on Friday.
Here on Earth, people are gearing up for Halloween with pumpkin carvings, costume shopping and candy cravings, and it seems our Sun wants in on the fun, too. NASA has just released photos of the Sun and its active regions, looking eerily like a toothy grin on a jack-o-lantern's face.