NASA is preparing to launch its first mission to return a sample of an asteroid to Earth, that will help scientists investigate origin of life as well as improve our understanding of asteroids that could impact Earth.
Would you want to be a part of the new asteroid mission? If NASA would have you, will you accept?
U.S. space agency NASA is all set to launch an unmanned spacecraft in September which will land on the much talked about asteroid Bennu in August 2018.
The asteroid Bennu could collide with our planet sometime in the latter part of the 22nd century.
A new study has found that one of the biggest craters on the surface of the moon was the result of an asteroid hit.
NASA will use an X-Ray instrument to create a map of the asteroid Bennu.
What's new with this year's Asteroid Day? Read on to find out.
The OSIRIS-Rex Mission from NASA is getting ready to study an asteroid called Bennu.
Arizona State University's top meteorite experts found pieces of meteorites that came blazing in the sky of eastern Arizona earlier this month.
Asteroids to spaceships are seen flying some decades from now to help open the last frontier for humanity.
The Phaethon asteroid will be making its closest flyby to Earth in 2017 and astronomers are already gearing up to observe the fascinating space rock in more detail.