NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has a new site to drill--the Cumberland rock. Now, the rover will set course for the location in the coming day.
The satellite code-named 'Biomass', designed to map and monitor one of "Earth's most precious resources", was selected to become the seventh Earth Explorer mission by the European Space Agency.
Houston, we have a problem. Astronauts on the International Space Station have discovered an ammonia leak that may require an emergency space walk, according to NASA officials.
Australians just might have the chance to witness a solar eclipse, starting Friday.
What does Earth's and the Moon's water have in common? Apparently they came from the same place. New research has revealed that the Moon's water did not come from colliding comets billions of years ago.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has made an unusual find. It's discovered signs of Earth-like planets among dead, polluted stars in a nearby star cluster. The pollution itself may be caused by debris from asteroid-like objects falling onto the stars.
Ever wanted to take a trip to Mars? Now, you can--as long as you don't mind the fact that it's a one-way ticket and you'd never see Earth again.
The Space Warps project is recruiting armchair astronomers to scout the universe for massive galaxies that are so large that they warp space time. You can join the search, as well!
A graduate student from West Virginia University has revealed a previously unrecognized huddle of gas clouds between Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies, neighbors of our Milky Way.
Weather forecasts may soon come to Mars, at least for the snowstorms that occasionally whip over the northern hemisphere of our neighbor planet during the icy cold winters and could be predicted several weeks in advance, say researchers from the Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan, and the Max Planck...
Researchers have discovered that fossil remains hold clues to exploding stars in the form of the remains of iron-loving bacteria. The findings are the first to show that there can be biological evidence of a supernova.
You may be in for a spectacular solar display this week. The moon will block out the sun on Thursday and Friday during a solar eclipse, transforming our nearest star into a "ring of fire" in the daytime sky.