A huge 98-foot newly discovered asteroid is expected to fly by the blue planet on Wednesday, slightly closer than the moon's orbit. However this fly by does not pose any threat, the scientists say.
On March 3, a major winter storm brought snow to the mid-Atlantic, freezing rain to the Carolinas and rain and some freezing rain to the Gulf Coast states.
Invasive and systemic cancer treatment is a necessary evil for many people with the devastating diagnosis.
Congress might be under some pressure this year as the White House has dropped another astronomical bill in their laps. Perhaps less controversial than bills past, this proposal is for NASA’s base budget in 2015.
Once a year, Europe's experts in space medicine and astronaut medical support share their knowledge with future space medicine professionals during a week-long workshop at the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne, Germany.
Uwingu, a start-up company, offers earthlings a brilliant opportunity to connect with space explorations by asking the internet users to name craters of Mars.
After stepping out of two year long hibernating period, NASA Near-Earth Object Wide Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) captured its first comet on this year's Valentine Day.
It was a spacey night at the 86th Academy Award as 'Gravity' scooped seven awards. NASA congratulates the cast and crew for dominating the night.
M83, a nearby spiral galaxy, has recently provided astronomers and scientists with exciting new information. The latest it has to offer is a detailed black hole named MQ1, which Australian astronomers found earlier this week.
Scientists track sunspots that are part of active regions, which often produce large explosions on the sun such as solar flares and coronal mass ejections, or CMEs.
Galaxies are present in a variety of forms in today’s universe. But till date scientists have failed to explain why different forms of galaxies exist. But a new study claims that the answer lies in the rate at which the galaxies spin.
In a latest finding, a team of NASA scientists have found evidence of water on a Martian meteorite, suggesting biological processes might have occurred on the Red Planet some millions of years ago.