Physicists analyzed data from the first ever gravitational waves detected to prove Hawking's theory, and think that even more could be discovered from studying the ripples in space-time.
The western world's most advanced economies have agreed to take action against space debris at the G-7 Leaders' Summit in Cornwall, U.K.
NASA has approved the Near-Earth Object Surveyor space telescope to move into "preliminary design," its next phase of development on the road to a planned liftoff in 2026.
Scientists used solar wind to make the first 3D map of the heliosphere, which protects Earth from deadly cosmic radiation.
NASA has released an amusing image of a dummy wearing a spacesuit during testing for the first Artemis mission.
The researchers created a computer model to predict the ways the planets would scatter, finding that slight tweaks to starting positions lead to vastly different outcomes
A British company plans to build the world's largest swimming pool as part of a center that will house facilities for commercial astronaut training and the development of underwater robots.
Satellite parts that melt away during reentry reduce the risk of space debris impacts on Earth, a new video demonstrates.
These incredible space photos were taken using advanced techniques to reveal some of the wonders in the universe.
Engineers are preparing to move part of the world's most powerful magnet from the U.S. to France as a part of an international nuclear fusion project.
Tendrils of galaxies up to hundreds of millions of light-years long may be the largest spinning objects in the universe, a new study finds.
China's Zhurong rover has sent a new batch of images to Earth — including a "family photo" of the rover with its rocket-powered landing platform posing for a camera on the rock-covered surface.
The researchers say that they want to use the survey to better understand our own place in the universe.
Long-term storage on the International Space Station didn't cause DNA damage to freeze-dried mouse sperm.
Boulders on asteroids can be three-quarters hollow or more, a discovery that could help yield insights on the way in which Earth and other planets formed, a new study finds.
Scientists found definitive proof that Alfven waves are accelerating electrons in solar wind across space, powering the northern lights.
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