NASA's Cassini spacecraft has begun transmitting images and data from mission's last close flyby of Saturn's active moon Enceladus
NASA has delayed the launch of its new InSight mission to Mars. But what does that mean for the mission, and why did it occur? The decision follows unsuccessful attempts to repair a leak in a section of the prime instrument in the science payload.
Scientists are getting some new images from the Dawn spacecraft's closest orbit to the dwarf planet Ceres.
The Mars rover Curiosity has made a new finding that may tell researchers a bit more about water that flowed on the Red Planet.
A new study found that the Martian gullies were not formed from the presence of liquid water.
Astronomers announced that space rocks could be a major threat to the Earth, which is why they are keeping a close on distant giant comets that are passing by.
A Chinese rover is sending back the first new information about the moon seen in nearly 40 years. The rover, which touched down in 2013, is analyzing moon rocks and sending the data back to Earth.
In The Martian, Mark Watney ends up growing potatoes on Mars in order to survive long enough to be rescued. But is it actually possible to grow potatoes on the Red Planet?
Imagine a black hole that's as big as 50 billion suns. Scientists have found that it may be possible that supermassive black holes could swell to that size.
An auroral mystery has finally been solved. Scientists have found that sudden aurora bursts are caused by swirling, charged particles and have learned a bit more about the spectacle known as auroral breakup.
A new study on twisted magnetic fields is giving researchers new insights on star formation.