For those who were able to see it in person, Wednesday morning’s Blood Moon lunar eclipse didn’t disappoint as skywatchers spotted Earth’s always-orbiting pal...
Why you won’t see the Goth-rock king in his new rockumentary, even if you do
Studio Firaxis' upcoming turn-based 4X strategy game (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, and eXterminate) explained in a nearly 10-minute gameplay trailer
That's more than 4.5 billion years old
The climate crisis is not just a scientific and political challenge--it is an urgent moral imperative.
Traveling at 2.5 million miles per hour
There is no moon in the solar system like Jupiter's Europa, with an icy surface and a salty sea that may harbor life. Now, it appears that the moon has plate...
Russia's attempt to find out how organisms reproduce in space did not end with a bang
In Monolith's Shadow of Mordor, any enemy could become your arch foe.
Here’s how companies can encourage a culture of openness
Geologists have found a vast body of water deep below earth's surface and say it is evidence that oceans came from water inside the planet that seeped to the...
A 1,000 foot-wide asteroid nicknamed “the Beast,” will travel peacefully past earth Thursday, sailing just three lunar distances from our planet’s surface. The...
It's huge, it's Earth-like and astronomers have no idea what how it got there
An old theory of an ancient collision gets new life—thanks lunar samples from the Apollo era
The commercial cargo ship touched down in the Pacific Ocean Sunday with research samples that could help improve astronaut health
It looks like a two film race, but who will soar above the crowd?
Buying a one-day pass to Disney World's Theme Parks? Prepare to pay $4 more per ticket.
They must have been sick the day this was taught in school.
Is oil and gas drilling to blame, or is increase in earthquakes just ordinary seismic activity?