The animations highlight emissions from different human and natural sources, with the main contribution coming from the burning of fossil fuels.
The new panorama snapped by NASA's Curiosity rover combines photos from two different times of day to create a highly detailed image of the Red Planet.
Astronauts on NASA's Artemis moon missions might look for signs of life in shadowed polar craters — life that could have traveled with people from Earth.
The government is investigating hundreds of military UFO reports, but only a small fraction are truly "anomalous."
Japan's private Hakuto-R spacecraft broke into at least four large pieces of debris, according to new images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
From a dummy-driven Tesla, to a giant disco ball, to U.S. presidents' hair, here are some of the weirdest things humans have put into space.
The Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite recorded Kelvin waves moving eastward across the Pacific — a phenomenon often considered a precursor to El Niño.
An enormous balloon spotted circling the Southern Hemisphere is actually SuperBIT, a NASA telescope that is capturing Hubble-quality data from the upper reaches of the atmosphere.
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