The Earth-mass planet, Ross 128b, orbits a red dwarf star and could provide favorable conditions for alien life.
A team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory proposes deploying a balloon in Venus’s atmosphere to detect seismic activity.
A star exploded six decades ago and somehow survived, and apparently exploded several more times during the last few decades of its life.
Uber has partnered with NASA to research air-traffic management, and will conduct tests of new aerial vehicles in Los Angeles.
A star-forming galaxy 12.8 billion light-years away offers insight into the early days of our universe after the Big Bang roughly 13.7 billion years ago.
The new findings suggest that hydrothermal activity may have taken place on Enceladus for billions of years, hinting at potential for microbial life.
Some astronauts have experienced eyesight problems after going to space, and a disruption in the body's cerebrospinal fluid could be the reason.
Every breath a person takes inflicts minor damage to the lungs. Results from this NASA study could one day bring a better way to treat lung disease.
The object zoomed into our solar system from an extreme angle above the path in which most planets and asteroids orbit the sun.
Developing a supply of oxygen on the Red Planet would help sustain a human colony on Mars — and generating it from plasma could be the answer.