Nature hates a vaccuum -- so why do we have one?
The planet could fall into its host star in the next decade.
Not everyone is happy with their current definition.
NASA provides the ultimate hotfix.
It looks like caramel corn. Yum!
The dust grains were formed 5 to 7 billion years ago.
The exoplanet orbits a star in the habitable zone and may be covered in oceans.
A rare form of an iron-carbide mineral was found by researchers
The mission was a bust -- but we got the spaceship back!
This study rocks.
We musk spread the word!
Sending data from the International Space Station to Earth just got much faster -- NASA was able to double the ...
Yes, Pluto is here too.
Christened LHS 3844b, the exoplanet is 1.3 times larger than our planet and orbits its star in 11 hours.
The moon used to be sterile for billions of years -- until humans came along.
Researchers plan to employ them as producers of food, antibiotics, other materials for astronauts on deep space missions.
The original timeline was pushed forward four years by the Trump Administration -- and now NASA needs the bucks to ...
They were much brighter than they were supposed to be.
Step 1: live on hairless primate. Step 2: wait for said primate to go to space. Step 3: PROFIT!