NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) has captured the Andromeda galaxy in a new, high-energy X-ray view.
Runaway stars may actually leave "footprints" behind them in space.
The Mars rover Curiosity made discoveries after it's conducted its first ever up-close study of extraterrestrial sand dunes
How are asteroids and planets formed from stony particles? Scientists are now taking a closer look at this question in a new experiment that uses beads made from a special type of glass.
Scientists may have found a new way to measure the pull of gravity at the surface of a star, which could help them find new, distant worlds.
The Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 on the Hubble Space Telescope has captured the image of two merging galaxies, which are in the process of becoming one galaxy.
This weekend, remember to look to the skies: the Quadrantid meteor shower will be in full force.
Space and astronomy had some of the most interesting discoveries in 2015. Here are some of interesting astronomical discoveries and observations during 2015.
Mysterious radio signals from space may actually be a much better test for Einstein's Theory of General Relativity.
A powerful solar storm may light up the sky on New Year's Eve with the Aurora Borealis.
Researchers have captured the image of a Martian landslide along with its massive boulders