For the first time, scientists have observed snakes disemboweling toads to dine on their organs.
The rubber ducky comet is glowing, but you can't see it. New analysis of data from the Rosetta probe shows an ultraviolet aurora all around the speeding object.
Remnants of water once found on the surface of Mars may be hidden in a handful of small lakes below the Red Planet's south pole, and more could exist, according to new research.
The most detailed monitoring effort ever shows that fairy circles are engineered by the grasses themselves.
SpaceX postponed the launch of a new fleet of Starlink internet satellites today (Sept. 28) due to bad weather at the mission's Florida launch site.
Black holes can get big … really big. But just how big? It's possible they could top out at over a trillion times more massive than the sun.
The state's governor has issued a disaster declaration for the county where the deadly amoeba was found.
An artist used machine learning to create photorealistic portraits of 54 ancient Roman emperors, working from nearly 1,000 images of busts.
SpaceX will launch 60 Starlink satellites into orbit today (Sept. 28) and you can watch it live here.
Physicists have figured out how objects traveling through a superfluid can exceed a critical speed limit.
Unusual flashes of gamma rays could reveal that what appear to be giant black holes are actually huge wormholes, a new study finds.
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