Skywatchers in the northern hemisphere are enjoying the sight of a newly-discovered comet this month.
Scientists have identified a strange, gel-like substance that was discovered on the far side of the moon.
Like your next-door neighbor, NASA also has a "mole" problem — but this one is on Mars.
A photographer has captured an amusing photo of an owl mid-yawn while walking around an English nature preserve, British news agency SWNS reports.
Even though Dilophosaurus was a "beautiful, but deadly" addition to Jurassic Park, the hit movie of the same name was wildly incorrect in how it portrayed the deadly dinosaur, a new study suggests.
Archaeologists in Tampa have been working to uncover a lost Black cemetery from the early 20th century that was built over in the 1950s.
NASA has plans to send manned missions to Mars in the 2030s, but before astronauts get there, they should stop by Venus first.
The famed Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci may have been blessed with the same "quick eye" that may give top tennis and baseball players an edge. In Leonardo's case, this super-vision may have enabled him to see and capture fleeting moments in his paintings — such as the enigmatic half-smile of the Mona Lisa.
Scientists have discovered the first direct evidence of the so-called Gulf Stream “blender effect” where the waters mix on either side of the current.
Jupiter has itself a new storm.
Heat waves are increasing in intensity and frequency in most parts of the world since the 1950s, a new study has found.
Even the sickest COVID-19 patients produce T cells to battle the virus, a new study reveals.
The last known members of the Indigenous Beothuk people of Newfoundland were thought to have died out 200 years ago. But genes from these people have been found in a man living in Tennessee today, researchers reported.
Archaeologists in Spain are continuing their hunt for the bones of “Red Hugh,” a 16th-century Irish chieftain who is said to be buried in the city of Valladolid.
Hundreds of elephants have mysteriously dropped dead in Botswana, leaving wildlife experts and government officials searching for answers.
A new study noted that global warming linked to human activity has wiped out the previous 6,500 years of natural global cooling.
Skywatchers are in for a treat on July 4 when the buck moon, or July full moon, rises in the sky. There will also be a partial lunar eclipse.
Remarkable photos show a group of cows walking along a nature reserve, including one looking to get a free meal.
In 2019, scientists witnessed a massive star 2.5 million times brighter than the sun disappear without a trace.
Officials are working to quiet the noise