It turns out that the asteroid wasn't the only thing that did in the dinosaurs.
NASA has revealed its five science selections for refinement during the next year as a first step in choosing one or two missions for flight opportunities as early as 2020.
Could asteroids be the moon's main "water supply?"
Scientists have discovered traces of two enormous meteorite impacts in Sweden. The twin strike occurred around 460 million years ago, and may reveal a bit more about our planet's early history.
It turns out that our moon can take a few hits. Scientists have found that the moon's crust is as fractured as it possibly could be after the beating it took 4 billion years ago.
A mysterious fireball lit up Thailand on Monday morning, exploding in a brilliant ball of light that briefly illuminated Bangkok. What this object was, though, has remained open to speculation. Though experts have now weighed in.
Researchers may have created "hedgehog" robots that can hop, flip and tumble across other worlds.
Recently, many blogs and web postings have claimed that an asteroid will impact Earth at some point between Sept. 15 and Sept. 18. Fortunately for Earthlings everywhere, though, this isn't true.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft is continuing to study the tiny world, Ceres. Now, a new flyover has resulted in a video that shows off a pyramid-shaped mountain and bright spots located on Ceres.
NASA is tracking a mysterious group of asteroid outcasts with NEOWISE. They've spotted a family of space rocks near the asteroid-rich abyss between Mars and Jupiter in order to learn a bit more about them.
On July 25, scientists discovered a mile-long asteroid that raced past Earth at about 45,000 miles per hour and a safe distance of 5.4 million miles away.