New research suggests recurring slope lineae on the Martian surface might be caused by flows of sand and other granular material rather than underground supplies of liquid water.
Speaking last week at an MIT press conference, Rainer Weiss, a 2017 Nobel Prize winner in physics, said he and his collaborators would soon make an exciting announcement.
Imagery from space has captured the incredibly turbulent cloud system around the eye of the hurricane as it creeps toward the Caribbean and southeastern US.
On Sept. 15, Cassini will complete its “Grand Finale” maneuvers and crash into Saturn's atmosphere, transmitting data back to Earth until it breaks apart.
As the Great American Solar Eclipse approaches, NASA says that with the right information, skywatchers can safely view the total solar eclipse in its full glory with the naked eye.
The Blue Origin founder and CEO says his company has no plans to install systems on New Shepard to deal with human waste during flight.
A space rock about 10 to 20 miles north of the city sparked eyewitness reports far and wide.
Watch video shot on board the space station of a pass that technically traveled 564,664 yards.
Although space exploration wasn't a key topic during the presidential campaign, a few of the next administration's plans are clear for the US space agency.
Space debris is a growing problem, but the Japanese space agency JAXA has a plan involving a 700-meter-long tether to pluck large chunks of junk from orbit.