The list of suspects in the Libya terror attack now extends to a handful of suspected militants aligned with an Egyptian group known as the Jamal Network
Atmospheric physicist Nick Gorkavyi missed witnessing an event of the century last winter when a meteor exploded over his hometown of Chelyabinsk, Russia.
Rocket launches aren't just amazing sights for people on Earth. They wow astronauts in space, too.
The species of bacteria, whose traces were found in probes of water from Lake Vostok, do not belong to any of the 40-plus known subkingdoms of bacteria
A UK-Canadian team of scientists has discovered ancient pockets of water, which have been isolated deep underground for billions of years
Volume 1 - Issue 06 - July 29, 2013
My colleague Ian O’Neill has described one of the most unique interplanetary missions in the history of space exploration
As NASA's Dawn spacecraft travels to its next destination, this mosaic synthesizes some of the best views the spacecraft had of the giant asteroid Vesta.
CBS News has learned that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) cut specific references to "al Qaeda" and "terrorism"
A programme that convinced humans that it was a 13-year-old boy has become the first computer ever to pass the Turing Test.
Scientists say they are sure there is no chance of the 150ft (45.7m) wide space rock hitting the planet.
Researchers have found signs of life in mud pulled from the bottom of an ice-covered lake in Antarctica.
Kennedy Space Center leaders say they're on schedule for an unmanned test flight next year of Orion, NASA's next vehicle for taking astronauts into space.
As the Air Force gets smaller in the years to come, it will have to emphasize the areas that will be the most relevant to defense, the Air Force chief of staff said here today.
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