Why do people still use the King James Bible, which was translated in the early 1600s?
China's plucky Yutu 2 rover is about to wake up and continue to explore the far side of the moon as the nation works to land a rover on Mars this May.
The micron-sized drum apparatus used by the two teams has applications from probing for quantum gravity to building the first quantum computers.
NASA shared an image of the stunning Necklace Nebula, created by two stars locked in a dance of mutually assured destruction.
A China zoo covered up this leopard's escape. And now, three weeks later, they have chickens and drones searching for it.
Bacterial compounds could provide antimicrobial protection in undergarments shared by astronauts during spacewalks.
A rare type of plutonium has been found in the crust below the deep sea, offering new clues as to how heavy metals form in star explosions and mergers.
The ancient Greeks used mercenaries in a key battle, contrary to what the famed historian Herodotus said.
Tons of nuclear waste in the ruined basement of Chernobyl's Unit Four reactor are beginning to react again, and it could explode within years, scientists say.
More than a dozen condors have been paying daily visits to a home in Tehachapi, California (and destroying nearly everything in sight).
China conducted two launches of classified Yaogan satellites in the last week while much of the world waited to see where and when the Long March 5B would fall.
An ancient necropolis with 40 tombs, including cylindrical jars filled with human remains, has been discovered on the French island of Corsica.
A "killed," or folded iron sword was discovered in the grave of a Roman mercenary who had been buried in an early Christian basilica.
Scientists surveying the Detroit River caught a monstrous sturgeon weighing 240 pounds (109 kilograms) and measuring 6 feet 10 inches (2.1 meters) in length.