A chunk from the fireball meteor that exploded on Feb. 15 has been recovered. Other fragments of the hefty space rock were likely showered across the nearby area.
Mons Mouton, a mountain near the moon's south pole, has been officially named after Melba Roy Mouton, a pioneering NASA computer programmer and mathematician in the 1960s and '70s.
A series of laser flashes recently lit up the night sky above Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Experts say the lasers were emitted by a NASA spacecraft.
Explore the cosmos and find your way around the night sky with this combination of classic titles and new entries, all in the best astronomy books.
Studying Titan's clouds will help scientists understand why Saturn's largest moon is the only moon in the solar system with an atmosphere.
New research has debunked a 2020 study that claimed to have found the chemical phosphine, a potential biomarker for extraterrestrial life, in Venus' atmosphere.
Sea levels are expected to rise around the contiguous U.S. faster than previously thought, a new NASA study finds.
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