Humans have drilled a first hole into Mar's rock for the first time in history according to NASA's announcement on Saturday.
One couple, Trina and Mike, living in Florida are addicted to coffee enemas and spends 5 hours a day in bathroom preparing and administering coffee enemas.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed plans to take off the island night lizard from its current listing as "threatened."
NASA is trying to measure the air pollution by flying a plane at various altitudes.
According to a new report from U.S. government health officials, hedgehogs may deliver an unseen danger of salmonella infection.
On Friday, Ukrainian-Russian owned rocket launcher Sea Launch AG confirmed that its latest launch trial failed and has plunged into the Pacific Ocean.
The asteroid, dubbed 2012DA14, will barely miss the Earth on February 15, 2013 according to NASA.
Archaeologists from the University of Exeter have unearthed nearly 5,000-year-old shaman's stones of various shapes and sizes from the Casita de Piedra rock shelter in Panama.
A new study on the fossil of a prehistoric walrus suggests that the animal was not a deadly killer, but more of a fish-eater.
The arrival of a rare Nepalese red panda at the Auckland zoo has thrilled zoo authorities, since it is the first red panda born since 2002. Born in the early hours of Dec. 24, 2012, the red panda came as the best Christmas gift to the authorities.
A 20,000-year-old supernova remnant that is being captured by the National Science Foundation's Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array radio telescope (VLA), notices that the cloud of dust and gas closely matches an endangered species, the Florida Manatee, and receives its nickname after the sea creature.
Rhinos in South Africa have been named as the newsmaker of the year 2012 by the National Press Club. This is because of the increasing rate of rhino poaching, which has been in the news the entire year. It has evoked strong emotions.