A meteorite found nestled in a horseshoe imprint in England was formed in the early days of the solar system and may contain the building blocks of life.
When Earth's sun grows into a red giant 5 billion years from now, solar wind will shred our planet's magnetic field to bits.
A near-complete fossil skeleton of an ancient reptile dates to 300 million years ago. It had a blunt skull for tunneling underground, and special scales may have helped it slither through dirt.
Some theories point toward a natural origin and others claim the virus accidentally leaked from a lab.
Scientists have used computer models to predict the size of minuscule deformations, or mountains, on the surfaces of neutron stars, which are responsible for causing gravitational waves as they spin.
Chased from the Northumbrian throne in 806, King Eardwulf is believed to have hidden in this cave for the rest of his life.
A high-altitude balloon mission would investigate a controversial way to reduce global temperatures.
A researcher claims to have identified the long-lost tomb of Olympias, the mother of Alexander the Great. But other scholars are skeptical.
When eggs are fertilized, they release a shower of zinc and manganese that may protect against multiple sperm penetrating the egg.
The delta variant now makes up 83% of new U.S. cases, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday (July 20).
With their bright orange hues and lengthy migration, monarch butterflies are one of the world's most iconic insects.
A seismic image of central Louisiana reveals gigantic megaripple marks dating to the end of the dinosaur age.
A 100-pound opah fish, also known as a moonfish, was recently found washed up on a beach in Oregon hundreds of miles from its normal habitat.
The Blue Origins rocket New Shepard launched to the edge of space today, with former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and three other passengers onboard.
Here's where to watch Jeff Bezos and three other crew members go to space on Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket.
Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos and three crewmates received 14 hours of training over the last two days for their launch into space on July 20.
When Amazon founder Jeff Bezos offered her a seat on the first crewed flight of his space tourism enterprise Blue Origin, it was an invitation aviator Wally Funk had waited six decades to receive.