A major astrochemical project has produced comprehensive maps of molecules in protoplanetary disks and found lots of organic material.
A recent discovery of giant ammonia-rich hailstones, dubbed mushballs, on Jupiter might explain why Uranus and Neptune seem to have no ammonia in their atmospheres.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spied the little Perseverance Rover chugging around Jezero Crater in a striking new image.
A group of French researchers has uncovered censored phrases in letters exchanged by Marie Antoinette and her close friend— and rumored lover — Swedish count Axel von Fersen.
Scientists have analyzed the enormous Bernardinelli-Bernstein comet, and predict it will come within 11 AU of Earth in the next 10 years.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has removed 23 species from the endangered species list because they have most likely gone extinct.
North Korean state media declared the test of the Hwasong-8 a success, but outside experts are skeptical.
Ancient cut marks on mammoth bones unearthed on a remote island in the frozen extremes of Siberia are the northernmost evidence of Paleolithic humans ever found, according to archaeologists.
A lost piece of the moon belonging to Louisiana may have remained missing, if not been discarded or destroyed, had the plaque on which it was mounted not attracted the eye of a Florida gun collector.
If the species is placed on the endangered species list, developers and farmers could incur legal liability for killing them.
An excavation at a Roman Empire-era amphitheater in Pergamon Turkey reveals that elites sat in 'box seats.'
Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island is erupting, spewing lava and sending Pele's hair into the sky.
China launched two missions on Monday within only a few hours of each other, and one has been declared lost.
James Clerk Maxwell is the scientist responsible for explaining the forces behind the radio in your car, the magnets on your fridge, the heat of a warm summer day and the charge on a battery.