Comet ISON (International Scientific Optical Network), the most observed celestial guest of all times was photographed by NASA astronomers just 9 days before its encounter with the Sun on Nov.28.
NASA predicts comet ISON will suffer a slow death after an encounter with the Sun on Thanksgiving Day on Nov. 28, 2013.
NASA's new Mars orbiter MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutionN) will be launched on Monday, Nov.18 for solving the mystery behind the atmospheric changes of the Red planet.
Researchers found evidence of earth's oldest sedimentary rock. Not only are these rare, but findings of 3.5 billion-year-old bacterial ecosystems in Australia reveal the well-preserved remnants of a complex ecosystem.
Scientists have stumbled upon a planet that shares some similar characteristics to earth.
The European Space Agency (ESA) cargo capsule Albert Einstein just finished its mission on Saturday after a quick resupply trip to the International Space Station.
Look out for a show this Sunday as the final solar eclipse of the year will make its debut.
Team of researchers captured images of the trail left by the meteor which crashed in Chelyabinsk, Russia on Feb. 15 earlier this year.
The nucleus of comet ISON appeared green, which points towards the comet getting livelier as its getting closer to our Sun. The comet started experiencing sublimation.
On Sept.4, the European Space Agency (ESA) made its astronaut moonwalk at the depth of Mediterranean Sea as a part of his training
A massive meteorite called Chelyabinsk meteorite found in a central Russian lake is believed to be the largest one discovered so far.