The crew of the International Space Station (ISS) is preparing to ring in the new year..
A team of astronomers have created a realistic simulation of the universe in which realistic galaxies are created.
Scientists have created a new method to find alien life; they've developed a technique that traces motion-even to the smallest degree.
When it comes to which city is the brightest, American cities outshine the rest. Scientists have found that German cities emit several times less light per capita than comparably sized American cities.
NASA scientists are working on adhesive gripping tools inspired by geckos that could potentially grapple objects such as orbital debris or defunct satellites that would otherwise be hard to handle.
The Horsehead nebula has gotten a makeover, thanks to NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The instrument has captured a Horsehead of a different color in infrared light.
ESA's Venus Express has officially ended its eight-year mission after far exceeding its planned life.
NASA has made some significant discoveries in 2014. Now, the space agency is taking a look back at some of the most notable achievements of the year as the United States rings in the new year.
There's some severe weather hitting the United States this holiday season. On Dec. 23, a storm system brought tornadoes to Mississippi, Georgia and Louisiana.
Don't just expect to see holiday lights here on Earth. The sun is also getting in on the action this year. Scientists spotted a significant solar flare that peaked at 7:28 EST on Dec. 19.
NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) has captured a stunning, new image of our sun.