Scientists have long known that there was a time water existed in the lakes and streams on Mars. New data recently revealed that the timing is a bit off by roughly a billion years; some of the bodies of water in the planet were found to have formed much later than initially believed.
The search for the next habitable planet continues, and NASA will stop at nothing to find Earth 2.0. However, one NASA director claims the search will be over in the next decade. Are scientists at the space agency close to finding it?
A new study revealed that the red spot on Charon most likely came from the escaping atmosphere of Pluto captured by the moon's gravity.
NASA's Spitzer spotted a Nebula that looks like the "Enterprise" spacecraft from "Star Trek" in time for the TV and movie franchise's 50th anniversary celebration.
The discovery of Proxima b as a potentially life-sustaining exoplanet raised interest in other habitable worlds beyond the solar system. When it’s time to leave, where will mankind go?
American astronaut Jeff Williams alongside Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin of Russia's space agency Roscosmos safely returned home after accomplishing a 170-day mission aboard the International Space Station.
To signal the end of summer and start of autumn this year, the Harvest Moon will rise this Sept. 16. The Harvest Moon is also dubbed as the Pumpkin Moon because of its color. Here are fast facts you should know about this rare occurence.
The seven-year mission is the biggest and most ambitious mission since the Apollo moon rocks.
Carbon gave life to the planet, but the question is where did this carbon come from? Scientists from Rice University have a possible answer: a planetary collision 4.4 billion years ago.
Few weeks ago, a mysterious radio signal has been picked up by SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) fueling the speculations that aliens are trying to get in contact with Earth. However, it's just a signal...from Earth, the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences said.
In 1974, Stephen Hawking theorized that black holes may not be entirely dark and that there might be a way out of it. Today, a scientist thinks that he might have just proven this theory.
NASA will air the momentous spacewalk on Aug. 19 when astronauts install the new docking port outside of the International Space Station (ISS).
The first DNA sequencer or biomolecular sequencer was sent to space by SpaceX and it will be tested if it can work in a non-Earth environment and in microgravity.
A cargo sent to the International Space Station included a DNA sequencer, which could possibly detect alien life forms.