An "ice home' on planet Mars could withstand radiation and protect the future Mars explorers.
Ellen Stofan has left NASA.
The NASA Curiosity rover sent images of purple rocks captured during its climb on Mount Sharp.
The Expedition 50 astronauts will perform spacewalks outside the International Space Station in January 2017.
Have a sky-watching with your naked eye or binoculars this New Year's Eve; comets have been detected that will zoom past Earth.
A group of Dutch scientists developed an artificial leaf that can instantly synthesize the drug of your choice by utilizing solar energy.
Hubble discovers new galaxy with two nuclei with light millions brighter than the Sun.
Elon Musk's SpaceX is getting ready to launch its Falcon Heavy Rocket by 2017.
The selfie mirror will allow looking for signs of life on Mars from a new angle.
Russian scientists were able to successfully calculate the concentration of dark matter in the universe just after the Bing Bang happened.
Here are the biggest breakthroughs in science in the year 2016.