Scientists have spotted what may be the best example yet of a star being ripped to shreds by a massive black hole. Here's what they found.
An uncrewed Russian Soyuz returned to Earth Friday (Sept. 6), bring a humanoid robot home to wrap up first-of-its-kind test flight to the International Space Station.
Hurricane Dorian is now a "catastrophic Category 5" storm as it approaches the Bahamas in the Caribbean, according to a National Hurricane Center update.
Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 4 storm. See views of its eye from space by astronauts and satellites.
A small asteroid is flying safely by Earth Saturday (Dec. 22) and according to the folks at NASA, it looks just like the mighty hippo in new radar images.
The Fox Broadcasting Company and the producers of the science-based series "Cosmos," are investigating host Neil deGrasse Tyson following claims of sexual misconduct by three women.
As wildfires continue to burn in California, new satellite photos show the sheer scale of the deadly Camp Fire that has devastated the state's northern town of Paradise.
An advanced U.S. military communications satellite soared into space in the midnight hour Wednesday (Oct. 17), lighting up the sky over Florida as it launched into orbit.
Boeing has dreams of a hypersonic passenger plane, and it looks like something straight out of science fiction.
NASA's Opportunity rover on Mars did not return a call from Earth late Tuesday (June 12) while battling a massive dust storm that scientists have called "one of the most intense ever observed."
From anyone else, it would sound ridiculous: Elon Musk says SpaceX is going to try to land a rocket stage with … wait for it … a "giant party balloon."
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has joined the #deletefacebook movement. He's deleted the Facebook pages for both SpaceX and Tesla.
A minor solar storm will reach Earth Wednesday (March 14) and could supercharge the planet's auroras, making them visible from the northernmost parts of the U.S., space weather officials say.
A powerful nor'easter is expected to dump more than a foot of snow in some regions of the U.S. northeast today (March 7) and satellites are tracking the snowstorm from space.
A small asteroid will zip safely by Earth on Friday (March 2) and you have a chance to see it as a pinprick of light in the sky in a live webcast.
Is this ethereal spiral in the night sky the upper stage of the secret satellite launched by the U.S. government?