Scientists have analyzed 30-year-old data from NASA's Magellan mission to Venus and detected the first-ever signs of volcanic activity on the planet, emanating from a giant crater called Maat Mons.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has snapped a picture of WR 124, a rare Wolf-Mayet star 30 times the size of our sun, ejecting a luminous cloud of cosmic dust.
Tissue-based models of the human heart are being sent to the International Space Station.
A high-resolution camera mounted on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has snapped pictures of unusual, almost perfectly circular sand dunes on the Red Planet's surface.
The rays appear when sunlight shines through gaps in the cloud during sunrise or sunset and have never been seen this clearly on the Red Planet before.
Researchers have developed a liquid-nitrogen spray that rids spacesuits of lunar dust.
It took a group of elementary school students to teach NASA that EpiPens can turn toxic in space.
Four new studies confirm that NASA's DART mission, which crashed a rocket into the asteroid Dimorphos, changed the asteroid's trajectory and could potentially save Earth one day, given enough time to prepare.
The first analyses of samples brought back from the asteroid Ryugu show that this space rock contains some of the molecules needed for life.
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