Get ready to see Mercury. In the early morning skies over the next several weeks you'll be able to glimpse the planet at around 5:45 a.m. in the Eastern skies.
The aurora can be one of the most beautiful natural light displays on Earth with wavering lines of blue, green, purple and pink. Now, scientists have learned a bit more about this phenomenon.
Astronomers have discovered some never-before-seen structures within a dusty disc surrounding a nearby star.
Scientists have learned a bit more about the water of Mars.
NASA is set to make an announcement about Pluto on Thursday, Oct. 8.
The Nobel Prize in Physics for 2015 has officially been awarded to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald for their key contributions to the experiments which have demonstrated that neutrinos change density.
Astronomers are taking a bit of a closer look at our galaxy's stellar nursery. They've released the most comprehensive images anyone has ever seen of the Milky Way Galaxy's cold interstellar gas clouds where new stars and solar systems are being born.
Scientists have developed a new method for measuring the mass of pulsars, which are highly magnetized rotating neutron stars that are formed from the remains of massive stars after they explode into supernovae.
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.
Preparing for long-distance space travel is going to be difficult for the human body.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft is revealing a bit more about the dwarf planet, Ceres.
It turns out that Rosetta's comet may not have always been just one object. Researchers have found that two comets collided at low speed in the early solar system to create the strangely-shaped Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.