Scientists used two years of marsquake data to map the interior of the Red Planet for the first time ever.
NASA's Perseverance rover is about to collect its first Martian rock sample, and hold onto it until future missions can bring it back to Earth.
When Earth's sun grows into a red giant 5 billion years from now, solar wind will shred our planet's magnetic field to bits.
After more than a month in safe mode, the Hubble Space Telescope is back online. A wonky power regulator circuit may be to blame.
A 1972 report predicted the collapse of human society by the mid-2000s. New research suggests that, yeah, we're right on track.
The Amazon rainforest is creating more CO2 emissions than it is absorbing, causing global climate change to accelerate, a new study finds.
Astronomers detected a rare teardrop-shaped star that is being ripped apart by an invisible white dwarf, pushing the pair toward an inevitable supernova explosion.
Coastal flooding could quadruple in the US in the 2030s, a new study of the lunar cycle and sea level rise finds.
Researchers found evidence of an elusive magneto-rotational hypernova explosion for the first time ever.
Scientists have uncovered an enormous fossil 'nursery' containing nearly 3,000 animal specimens from 518 million years ago, more than half of which are juveniles and babies.
Undulations in the jet stream have caused a heat dome to descend on the Pacific Northwest, leading to record high temperatures in the US and Canada.
Astronomers have found evidence of a rare electron-capture supernova for the first time, which could help solve a 1,000-year-old space mystery.
EU satellites recorded ground temperatures above 118 degrees Fahrenheit in Arctic Siberia on June 20 — the 2021 summer solstice.
Scientists used solar wind to make the first 3D map of the heliosphere, which protects Earth from deadly cosmic radiation.
The whopping stone measures 1,098 carats, just a bit less than the second-largest diamond ever found.
A large 40-foot-wide sinkhole opened suddenly near South Australia's ancient Limestone Coast, threatening to break away even more
Scientists found definitive proof that Alfven waves are accelerating electrons in solar wind across space, powering the northern lights.
New seismic models show that Earth's inner core may be growing faster in the east than in the west, creating a 'lopsided' pattern at the center of our planet.
Human chromosomes weigh about 20 times heavier than the DNA within them. So where's all this extra mass coming from?
Made from nearly 400 separate observations, this new image of the Milky Way's center reveals strange structures never seen before.
Scientists cataloging tree frogs in New Guinea stumbled across a never-before-seen 'chocolate frog' with brown skin and adorable eyes.
Researchers just sunk a drill 5 miles below the Pacific Ocean's surface to dig the deepest hole below the ocean in history.