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.
Find out all the science of the Milky Way, including the size of our home galaxy, who discovered it and how it's on a collision course with another galaxy.
Two novel demonstrations bring the backbone of the quantum internet, quantum repeaters, a little closer.
The sunrise eclipse on Thursday (June 10) will bring a striking image of a crescent sun rising in the east-northeast.
Russia's space chief is threatening to leave the International Space Station program in 2025 unless the United States lifts sanctions against the Russian space sector.
The Amazon.com and Blue Origin founder announced on Instagram that he and his brother would fly on the New Shepard vehicle's first crewed flight, scheduled for July 20.
The Dark Energy Survey just released its most comprehensive results. But did they really prove Einstein wrong?