British researchers on Saturday unveiled a new theory for the origins of Stonehenge, saying the ancient stone circle was originally a graveyard and venue for mass celebrations.
A NASA spacecraft that discovered and characterized tens of thousands of asteroids throughout the solar system before being placed in hibernation will return to service
ESA’s Gaia mission blasted off this morning on a Soyuz rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, on its exciting mission to study a billion suns.
Obama will have more flexibility in the final stretch, but Romney and his allies have more cash on hand for ad blitzes.
A programme that convinced humans that it was a 13-year-old boy has become the first computer ever to pass the Turing Test.
Quietly and without much notice, the Air Force has reversed its policy of publishing statistics on drone strikes in Afghanistan
NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft officially is the first human-made object to venture into interstellar space.
Aurora, Texas was Roswell before Roswell: a middle-of-nowhere town that suddenly became surrounded by legend when an alleged alien visitor crash-landed from outer space.
NASA research indicates hunks of frozen carbon dioxide -- dry ice -- may glide down some Martian sand dunes
The photo known as Earthrise is the first color photograph of Earth taken by a person in lunar orbit.
The Defense Department released a detailed timeline yesterday of the Pentagon’s response to the September attack in Benghazi, Libya.
The Aztec Incident occurred in March 1948, and based on information now available it appears the government and military had learned from their mistakes at Roswell.
Powerful radio signals that Jupiter generates could be used to help researchers scan its giant moons for oceans that could be home to extraterrestrial life
We all know what comes out of the bottom of thunderstorms: bolts of lightning.
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