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.
Every year, Earth briefly encounters the Quadrantid meteor shower in early January. Here's how to catch the show.
A meteorite that landed in British Columbia crashed through a roof and narrowly missed hitting a woman who was asleep in her bed at the time.
The water flowing from a medieval fountain in the Italian village of Fontecchio bubbles with extraterrestrial effervescence.
The largest piece of Martian rock on Earth, weighing around 32 pounds, has gone on display for the first time, at a museum in Maine.
Get ready: The Perseid meteor shower peaks on Thursday (Aug. 12), and it has the potential to put on a good show.
Perseid meteors are already beginning to fall in a display that promises to dazzle skywatchers this month.
Scientists believe the ultra-fast object landed in a densely-forested area near the capital, Oslo. It could take up to ten years to find.
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