Nearby galaxies and their black holes could hold the answers to the existential questions that remain unanswered about the beginning of the universe.
After a month in space, the Webb Telescope — the most powerful space telescope ever launched — has reached its permanent cosmic address, 930,000 miles (1.5 million kilometers) from Earth.
The Higgs boson particle could have kept our universe from collapsing within a larger multiverse, physicists say.
Scientists have found "compelling evidence" that Saturn's "Death Star" moon is hiding an ocean just beneath its surface.
The Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment would turn a massive swath of the Pacific Ocean into nature's own neutrino detector.
The researchers hope to use the estimate to figure out the mystery of how supermassive black holes came to be.
NASA's Curiosity rover has found some interesting organic compounds that may be signs of ancient Mars life, but much more work is needed to vet that hypothesis.
The new explanation suggests that giant, sinking slabs of titanium could have jump-started the moon's magnetosphere.
You can watch a nearly mile-wide asteroid make its closest Earth approach for the next 200 years today. Here's how.
Adam McKay, creator of Netflix's popular satire-comedy movie "Don't Look Up," and climate scientist Kate Marvel talk why the world needs more films like the comet metaphor movie.
Scientists have gotten a close look at an extreme case of seasons, thanks to a retired NASA telescope.
The first full moon of 2022 will rise at 6:48 p.m. EST on Monday (Jan. 17), which is also the day the U.S. observes the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Organic molecules in a Mars meteorite that crash-landed on Earth are not signs of life, but instead formed in chemical reactions between water and rock.
SpaceX has some nice before-and-after photos to mark the 10th launch of one of its Falcon 9 rockets, thanks to a satisfied customer.
The test chamber will enable scientists to test technologies and structures on Earth before sending them to the moon.
Reference Saturn's rings have captured the attention of scientists for as long as they have been seen. Today, missions continue to teach us about these rocky rings.
A group of physicists has measured gravity using the effects of time dilation — the slowing of time imparted by increased velocity or gravitational force — on atoms.