The government is investigating hundreds of military UFO reports, but only a small fraction are truly "anomalous."
A new study questions if our planet could capture rocky and icy visitors from outside the solar system — and how scientists could spot them.
The James Webb Space Telescope caught Saturn's icy moon Enceladus spraying a 'huge plume' of watery vapor far into space — and that plume may contain chemical ingredients for life.
Advanced alien civilizations could probably already tell that there's intelligent life on Earth, thanks to our cell phone towers.
Are aliens real? While there is no current evidence for extraterrestrial life anywhere in the universe, scientists are still optimistic.
Alien life could thrive in terminator zones, the edges between the light and dark sides of planets that are tidally locked with their host stars.
A draft paper by a Harvard scientist and the head of the Pentagon’s UFO office has raised the idea an alien mothership could be in the solar system, sending out tiny probes dubbed "dandelion seeds" to explore the planets within.
Simulations show that collisions between moons and planets may be a regular danger for possible extraterrestrial life.
The U.S. military shot down three unidentified objects in a single weekend. Why are America's skies so filled with UFOs all of a sudden?
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