The hefty space rock, known as 2006 HV5, is around 1,000 feet wide and will hurtle past our planet at around 39,000 mph.
The rover has finally lost a pesky rock that had become lodged in its front left wheel "like a pebble in its shoe." The stone had accompanied the rover for more than half its time on the Red Planet.
The moon is slowly creeping away from Earth, but will we actually lose the moon before the sun turns into a red giant and destroys us both?
NASA has converted years of satellite data on Earth's magnetosphere into eerie sound clips that can be used by citizen scientists to help make new discoveries.
The RHESSI satellite, which monitored the sun for nearly two decades, is set to crash to Earth at 9:30 p.m. EDT today.
Astrophotographers have created an incredible image of the sun by piecing together thousands of photographs.
Researchers have mapped out at least 85,000 volcanoes on Venus' surface, and recent findings suggest that some of them are likely active.
There's a huge difference between sending humans to Mars and colonizing worlds outside our solar system.
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