Scientists think it may have come from another solar system
On Monday (Jan. 30), the moon will pass in front of Mars from the perspective of Earth in what's known as an occultation.
The green comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will make a close approach to Earth on Feb. 1/Feb. 2 before sailing off into deep space, possibly never to return.
An analysis of mortality data shows that COVID-19 ranks as a leading cause of death among children and teens.
Former bug-eating plants, which evolved to feed on animal droppings instead, have a more nutritious diet than their carnivorous cousins, a new study finds.
Once played in by local children, a vast tunnel that goes through a hill in Naples, Italy, is actually a Roman aqueduct, archaeologists say.
The amount of energy released in an earthquake is controlled by how much of the crust breaks. The good news is, we're not likely to see a magnitude 10.
Intergalactic gas clouds are slightly hotter than they should be, new research claims, and theoretical particles called 'dark photons' could explain it.
In a new study, some juvenile sea spiders were able to regrow amputated body parts, which was previously assumed to be impossible in these marine arthropods.
From programs to build supersonic flying saucers to atomic bombs, here are the most fascinating declassified military and CIA secrets.
Inside All About History 126: Discover why the Teutonic Knights brought their holy war back to Europe and how they became a major medieval power.
A handful of regions around the world regularly unleash terrifyingly large earthquakes. Here are the 20 largest earthquakes on record.
Antarctica is the coldest, windiest, driest continent on the planet, and researchers are still discovering many of its secrets. Find out some of the most interesting facts about the southernmost continent.