A catastrophic meteor strike that would trigger the kind of destruction blamed for wiping out dinosaurs millions of years ago is unlikely
An asteroid the size of a city block will pass by Earth this weekend, but have no fear: There's no danger of it hitting our planet.
Some people believed they were witnessing a plummeting plane, a military attack, or a UFO
Remember that massive meteorite that crashed down in Russia last week? Well, it arrived a couple thousand years before scientists had predicted
Many South Floridians reported seeing a flare-like object in the sky Sunday night, and one person may have captured it on video.
A good hearty conspiracy theory can shine a sharp light on two of humanity's most enduring traits.
The extraterrestrial double whammy that Earth only partially avoided on Friday has triggered an immediate response from astronomers.
Bay Area stargazers caught a glimpse of another meteor Friday night.
A terrifying meteorite shower left more than 950 people injured, buildings devastated and the mobile network wiped out when it hit Russia this morning.
Asteroid 2012 DA14 makes its closest approach to Earth at 2:25 p.m. ET Friday, and the world’s astronomers have been on the lookout for it.
Scientists say they are sure there is no chance of the 150ft (45.7m) wide space rock hitting the planet.
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.
The annual display comes when Earth crosses the path of debris left by Halley's Comet
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