Phil Keating reports from the scene as the Perseverance rover blasts into space for a 7-month mission.
There seems to be no systematic sharing of UFO information between the Pentagon and intelligence services.
Kristin Fisher explains how common scrubbed missions actually are.
SpaceX launch scrubbed due to weather; NASA astronaut Rex Walhein weighs in.
The joint mission between NASA and the European Space Agency is expected to produce the first images of the sun's north and south poles.
The fire ball that passed over Japan in 2017 is linked to a mile-long asteroid. Scientists now believe that the asteroid, known as 2003 YT1 could break up and harm life on Earth.
There wasn’t much known about a 4-pound gold bar discovered during construction work in Mexico City nearly 40 years ago, but now experts are calling the precious metal an Aztec relic. The gold bar has been identified as a long-lost Aztec treasure that was stolen by Spanish conquistadors nearly 500 years ago.
NASA has accurately calculated the Milky Way’s weight using Gaia and Hubble telescopes.
An archeological dig in Israel uncovered a secret 'piggy bank' of 1,200-year-old gold coins.
NASA's Hubble teleschope is sharing the wonders of the universe with its latest find, a 'pinwheeling' galaxy.
During a pressure test at the testing site in Boca Chica, Texas, the SpaceX prototype Starship Mk1 partially exploded, with the top being blown off and engulfing the complex in cryo fluid. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk indicated that the company will now move on to more advanced Starship prototypes for future tests, as opposed to repairing the Mk 1 prototype.
A team of researchers has tried to create a new and more accurate way to determine your pet's age in 'dog years.' The new equation, which does not multiply a dog's actual age by seven, is based on a DNA process.
A fossil hunter discovered a 185-million-year-old 'golden snitch' containing an extinct sea creature inside. The amateur archaeologist found spiral-shaped fossils of cleviceras, an extinct type of cephalopod creature, within the Quidditch ball-shaped rock.
NASA is moving one step closer to another moon mission; Phil Keating reports on the details.
Florida beach dubbed “Shark capital of the world” after shark attacks.
Study tracked bacteria on beaches in 29 coastal and Great Lakes states; Jeff Flock reports.
Watch: Astronauts Scott Kelly and Mae Jemison help unveil the new 2020 Corvette Stingray, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Starliner capsules are hoping to carry astronauts to space and back by the end of the year; Phil Keating reports from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
French Impressionist Claude Monet's masterpieces are no strangers to record-breaking bids when they go up for auction. Now a beautiful painting of waterlilies, part of Monet's 'Nymphéas' collection, which has been in a private collection for 87 years, is expected to fetch up to $44.6 million when it hits the auction block next week. This comes one week after his 'Meules' painting sold for $110.7 million at Sotheby's New York.
Archaeologists using laser scans have revealed new details of the building venerated as the site of Jesus’ Last Supper.”