Continuing a history of surprising behavior, material from Comet ISON appeared on the other side of the sun on the evening on Nov. 28, 2013
A computer program is trying to learn common sense by analysing images 24 hours a day.
In a rare admission of faulty reporting on CBS News’ authoritative “60 Minutes” newsmagazine, correspondent Lara Logan acknowledged the program was misled
Planets rich in carbon, including so-called diamond planets, may lack oceans, according to NASA-funded theoretical research.
Scott Carpenter was one of the icons of NASA's early efforts to explore the new frontier of space.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has obtained new pictures of the liquid methane and ethane seas and lakes that reside near Titan's north pole.
How much do some distrust Obama?
The first Cygnus Spacecraft to visit the International Space Station (ISS), the G. David Low, departed the station at 7:31 AM EST on October 22, 2013.
For more than half a century, the public has been able to access a wealth of information collected by U.S. intelligence from unclassified, open sources around the world.
A CIA employee who refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement barring him from discussing the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, has been suspended
In a new finding scientists believe the collisions of comet in our solar system increases the chance of life across it.
For 30 years, a large near-Earth asteroid wandered its lone, intrepid path, passing before the scrutinizing eyes of scientists
NASA's black-hole-hunter spacecraft, the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has "bagged" its first 10 supermassive black holes.
A monster storm that erupted on Saturn in late 2010 – as large as any storm ever observed on the ringed planet -- has already impressed researchers
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