Archaeologists have revealed a complex of hidden passageways and galleries deep inside an ancient temple in the Peruvian Andes.
New images of one of the world’s most valuable shipwrecks off the coast of Colombia show its remarkable preservation, and two more historic shipwrecks in the same area.
A metal detectorist in Hungary has unearthed a tiny silver coin marked with the name of a famous Viking king that was lost almost 1,000 years ago.
Archaeologists in Greece have unearthed a one-edged sword, or saber, that they think was used in the 14th century during a raid by Turkish pirates on a fortified Christian monastery.
Millions of tons of a type of extremely reactive chemical can form in the atmosphere each year, with implications for health and the global climate.
Archaeologists have unearthed the 2,100-year-old remains of a farmstead near Israel's northern Sea of Galilee.
Future fusion reactions inside tokamaks could shine even brighter than before, thanks to groundbreaking new research to find the maximum density of the hydrogen plasma fuel that powers them.
Archaeologists think the missing foot of a woman buried in China almost 3,000 years ago was amputated as a criminal punishment, according to a new study.
The internet erupted after a photograph from the Mars Curiosity rover appeared to show an "alien door," experts are pretty sure it's just a natural feature.
Archaeologists in southeastern Turkey have unearthed a vast underground city that was built almost 2,000 years ago and possibly used by early Christians to escape Roman persecution.
A mixed-up region of sunspots pointed almost directly at Earth just emitted a major solar flare, which could cause havoc with power grids and communication networks.
Russia has confirmed it will pull out of the International Space Station (ISS), due to sanctions imposed over the Ukraine invasion.
Two immense swarms of sunspots have popped into view on the surface of the sun, hinting at the increased possibilities of vivid auroras and potentially damaging solar flares over the months to come.
Hundreds of ancient stone jars discovered on hillsides in northeast India may be linked to mysterious stone jars in northern Laos, about 800 miles away, according to archaeologists.
The director general of Russia's Roscosmos space agency has threatened to end its Russia's involvement with the ISS.
The U.S. just sent six "electronic attack" aircraft to Germany to overcome enemy air defenses by crippling the radar systems that they often depend upon.
Archaeologists working in the West Bank say they've discovered a tiny lead "curse tablet" that may include the oldest known mention of the Hebrew name of God "Yahweh" ever found.
The graves of dozens of early British kings, queens, princes and princesses from King Arthur's era have been revealed.
Air crash investigators are trying to figure out why a passenger jet in China nosedived so steeply into the ground, killing all 132 people on board.
Russia claims to have used its Kinzhal hypersonic missiles for the first time, in its invasion of Ukraine. Here's why these super-fast weapons are so concerning.
Reference 'Mutual assured destruction is the concept that two superpowers can annihilate each other with nuclear weapons.