The sun is not immune to the 'terrible twos,' according to scientists. In the early years of the sun's existence, it was a fiery, raging ball of fire that spewed particles out into space.
NASA and two institutions have renewed their search for Antarctic meteorites to learn more about the earliest building blocks of the solar system and Earth’s moon and neighboring planets.
Right after the supermoon showed its might, the Leonids meteor shower will lit up November skies.
A new research suggests that the lack of rust on a Martian meteorite means the surface is extremely dry. However, the researchers still believe that billions of years ago, there could have been water on Mars.
"Egg Rock" has several deep grooves and a fine and smooth surface, as if someone has buffed it.
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover spotted another meteorite on the surface of the red planet.
A group of scientists are preparing for the launch of first SPACE NATION named "Asgardia" that will soon be flying in a low-orbit satellite on Earth next year.
A fireball passed by the Louisiana sky at 7:00 in the morning yesterday surprising eyewitnesses.
Hundreds of people reported seeing the magnificently large fireball streak across the night sky throughout the east coast. The mystery simultaneously awed, baffled and scared witnesses, some of whom who feared a plane crash or something similarly dangerous.
A meteor reportedly hit Queensland last Monday lighting up the sky; residents even reported hearing a loud bang that could mean the space rock hit the ground.
The meteorite was believed to be made of iron-nickel.
Meteorites speeding towards Earth often inspire visions of gloom and doom, but throughout history, most of them have missed actually hitting a person. In fact, only Ann Hodges is confirmed to have been physically struck by a meteorite. Spoiler alert: she survived.
A new study suggests that the Earth and other planetary objects formed in the early years of the solar system have the same chemical origins.
The Tagish Lake meteorite has since baffled scientists because of its weird appearance. But a new study suggests that the meteorite may be the first visitor from the outer solar system.