Of the thousands of known exoplanets, Kepler-452b has the most ideal combination of UV light exposure and conditions for liquid water.
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO said, despite recent research findings, that enough carbon dioxide could be harvested on Mars to make it habitable for humans.
New radar observations show a potentially massive source of liquid water below the southern ice cap of Mars.
Decades of high-resolution imagery now provide NASA scientists with a clear-eyed view of the moon’s surface.
Among the moons is Valetudo, which appears to have smashed into several of Jupiter’s large moons and broken them apart.
A leading researcher suggests the Red Planet’s harsh atmosphere means its surface might not be the most likely place to find the building blocks for life.
Our solar system’s first interstellar visitor was thought to be an asteroid, but is actually an ice and dust spewing comet.
Experiments aboard the International Space Station will test a new method for dealing with space junk.
A little-understood set of volcanic eruptions three billion years ago may have changed the face of Mars forever.
A dust storm on the Red Planet has blanketed the solar-powered rover in darkness.