The journey of light from the very early universe to modern telescopes is long and winding.
Peru’s Air Force has revived its Department of Investigation of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena, DIFAA, to research UFO sightings
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.
Scientists from NASA and the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson, Ariz., have identified what could be a supervolcano on Mars—the first discovery of its kind.
How much do some distrust Obama?
Here’s a penny for your thoughts: One red cent could’ve landed you the Navy’s first supercarrier, the decommissioned Forrestal.
A magnetic filament of solar material erupted on the sun in late September, breaking the quiet conditions in a spectacular fashion.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has obtained new pictures of the liquid methane and ethane seas and lakes that reside near Titan's north pole.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) today announced new investments totaling approximately $38 million for the development and use of robots
NASA's Hubble, Spitzer and Chandra space telescopes are teaming up to look deeper into the universe than ever before.
Scott Carpenter was one of the icons of NASA's early efforts to explore the new frontier of space.
At a cosmologically crisp one degree Kelvin (minus 458 degrees Fahrenheit), the Boomerang Nebula is the coldest known object in the Universe
After emitting its first significant solar flares since June 2013 earlier in the week, the sun continued to produce mid-level and significant solar flares
Planets rich in carbon, including so-called diamond planets, may lack oceans, according to NASA-funded theoretical research.
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