An ancient pottery workshop dating to the beginning of the Roman period has been discovered in west Alexandria, Egypt. Evidence suggests the site may have been used later in the Byzantine period.
NASA recently released an image of Mars' Airy-0 crater, which bears a remarkable resemblance to a human fingerprint and marks the Red Planet's prime meridian (zero degrees longitude).
For the second time in days, the sun hurled a large, X-class flare at Earth, causing radio blackouts and the potential for auroras.
A new study has revealed a brand new type of stellar explosion, known as a "micronovae," which are much less powerful and more irregular than similar blasts.
The U.S. government’s UFO program, AATIP, was funding secret research into invisibility, wormholes, and antigravity, newly released documents reveal.
Here are some candidates for the weirdest sea creatures, from sea slugs that photosynthesize to squid with elbows.
Archaeologists in Wales have discovered a site with the remains of buildings and burials dating back to the Stone Age.
Two immense swarms of sunspots have popped into view on the surface of the sun, hinting at the increased possibilities of vivid auroras and potentially damaging solar flares over the months to come.
The Lyrid meteor shower will peak April 22. To see the meteors, find a dark spot and look skyward near midnight.
Architects have been trying to fix the Leaning Tower of Pisa for hundreds of years. So, will it ever fall over?