Russia is building modules for a new space station, which could potentially replace the International Space Station by the year 2025, officials said.
Researchers recently described a new species of amphibious giant centipede in an archipelago in Japan.
Two scribes wrote the famous Great Isaiah Scroll, researchers found with the help of AI and statistics.
Even today, the Gulf Coast still suffers from the effects of the oil spill. But a remarkable cleanup effort has helped the pelican return home.
For a few brief minutes, a suborbital rocket from NASA has an ambitious plan to seek out particles from interstellar space.
China could launch the first module for its own space station this month as the country also prepares to send a large space telescope to join it in orbit within the next few years.
A metal detectorist uncovered more than 100 artifacts dating to the Iron Age at a hillfort in Germany.
New simulations calculated T. rex speed from the motion of its swaying tail, finding that the massive dinosaur was a mighty slow walker.
Soon after archaeologists unearthed an estate from the Roman Empire in the U.K., vandals broke in and damaged it.
Up to 20,000 people likely cheered and jeered as they watched gladiator and wild animal fights in a newfound Roman-era arena in Turkey.
A hunt for hypothetical axions streaming from Betelgeuse turns up empty but helps physicists set constraints on their properties.
The research isn't all for nutting; scientists say it will help a number of industries, from pharmaceuticals to mining.
Iceberg A68, an enormous hunk of ice that broke off Antarctica in 2017, has finally melted away to nothing in the Atlantic.
Around 120 million years ago, tarantulas first appeared on the Gondwana supercontinent in what is now the Americas, and then dispersed into Africa, Australia and India.
A new study has measured the number of microplastics in the atmosphere and modeled how the tiny particles get transported around the planet.