Researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics found that some exoplanets have similar interiors like the Earth. These planets contain a crust, mantle and a core just like Earth.
The frigid "flying saucer" may change what we know about planets.
NASA's Juno spacecraft has adjusted its maneuvers and is heading toward Jupiter to study the gas giant's origin, structure and its atmosphere.
A small asteroid, '2013 TX68,' will pass by the Earth on March 5 at a distance of 9 million miles to about 11,000 miles.
The Cassini Spacecraft has captured a remarkable image of Saturn and its methane abundance.
Researchers found that Pluto's surface has greater amounts of water ice than previously thought.
Colorful animation shows a flight over dwarf planet Ceres, where surface materials are shown in shades of blue.
Study finds that the moon was formed from a 'head-on collision' between the Earth and a "planetary embryo" called Theia.
A new study is shedding light on the origin of the universe and examines the symmetry and asymmetry between space and time together.
Researchers found that a giant gas cloud known as the "Smith Cloud" is heading for the Milky Way's disk.
Researchers found that galaxy cluster environments are not characterized solely by mass but by their formation history as well.
A lonely planet and its distant star that is 1 trillion kilometers away has been detected by a team of astronomers. The planet is called 2MASS J2126 which belongs to an old group of stars and brown dwarf stars, known as the 'Tucana Horologium Association.'