Asthros will use a telescope to observe wavelengths of light not visible from the ground.
Alaska is getting wetter. A new study spells out what that means for the permafrost that underlies about 85% of the state, and the consequences for...
The incredibly rare family portrait highlights two baby exoplanets orbiting a very young, sun-like star.
Until February 2020, when a satellite on orbit ran out of propellant, that was the…
Serendipity in space as Tianwen-1 photobombs a search for hazardous asteroids.
CT scans revealed unexpected findings inside these ancient Egyptian mummies.
Martian winds could be strong enough after all to move giant waves of sand on the Red Planet.
Most meteorites that have landed on Earth are fragments of planetesimals, the very earliest protoplanetary bodies in the solar system. Scientists have thought that these primordial...
New tools aim to fix the "chirping" phenomenon found in tokamak reactors.
The lack of noise pollution makes it easier to track and predict earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.