Cracks on Charon, Pluto's giant moon, reveals that the icy body once may have had an underground ocean, reveals NASA in a latest release.
With global warming and climate change at the forefront of the international agenda, one would think NASA had already developed some sort of advanced measurement tool to track CO2 emissions across the globe.
Made In Space, a California-based startup, developed a 3D printer in cooperation with NASA and it will be sent to the International Space Station during the next commercial resupply mission in August.
Astronomers have made a startling discovery with the help of a wealth of data from online archives. They've found a treasure trove of "red nugget" galaxies, revealing a bit more about the universe.
The U.S. Space Agency announced that it will delay the launch of the flying-saucer shaped test vehicle into the Earth’s atmosphere to test technology that could be used to land on the Red Planet.
For the first time ever, astronomers have managed to directly map out the molecular gas and dust in the host galaxies of the most massive explosions in the galaxies.
A lot of solar activity has been taking place this week. The closest star to Earth unleashed yet another intense solar flare on Wednesday, the third in two days.
Thank famous author Norman Vincent Peale for this untimely quote: "Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars." While it's most likely meant to inspire strength, courage and diligence, some might take these two sentences a bit more literally. At least, Cameron Read did.
Astronomers may have found out a bit more about solar wind, answering questions as to how it might break through the Earth's magnetic field.
Astronomers have found that dwarf galaxies that orbit the Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxies defy the accepted model of galaxy formation and do not fit into the current model.
The space agency is making a trip to the bottom of the ocean. NASA announced the two upcoming missions in which the aquanauts will perform activities on the ocean floor.