The last time NASA fired an F-1 in anger was in 1972, with the launch of Apollo 17.
Ever look up at the stars and wonder if some bug-eyed creature is doing the same? It turns out at least one does: the dung beetle
A real-life "tractor beam", which uses light to attract objects, has been developed by scientists.
During more than 65 years of research, Fawcett wrote numerous articles about unidentified flying objects in such publications as Argosy, True magazine and Flying Saucers Review.
The fireball that lit up the predawn Northern California sky last week was a small comet that flamed out when it hit the Earth's atmosphere, a researcher said.
There’s a story in each 140 character tweet we send out. Collect 400 million of them each day, and you have the story of a country.
It's the latest pet project from the Pentagon's research wing known for its quirky and sometimes out-there ideas.
A new asteroid-mining company launched Tuesday with the goal of helping humanity expand across the solar system
Ahmed Dogan’s valedictory speech as leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms instantly became international news
In the aftermath of the massacre at Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Conn., President Obama has moved to strengthen America's gun laws
Martian rocks from a crater hit by a meteorite may contain the strongest evidence yet that there is life on Mars.
Curiosity, is about to start drilling into the Red Planet for the first time, after discovering a treasure trove of what looks like water-created minerals.
A photo taken on January 2 reveals NASA’s Curiosity rover’s trekking accross the Red Planet.
A team of scientists from the European Space Agency have reportedly discovered an ancient riverbed on Mars
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