The astronaut made a wish and you should too.
But don't book your tickets yet—this place is definitely too hot to handle.
They used a giant set of water vats in the mountains of Mexico to figure it out.
It’s official: Plastic is utterly inescapable.
Astronomers are still figuring out what the heck happened during an explosion first spotted in 2010.
Whether you're looking for a tropical getaway or a chance to sit by the ocean, this project has you covered.
It even orbits a star that doesn't spit out deadly rays on a regular basis—cozy!
It's a whole new definition of cloud computing.
Molten rock deep below Earth's surface could have been crucial to life taking off.
A helicopter lifted it 12,400 feet to test its landing skills.
They'e even predicting where the event is most likely to occur.
Scientists are trying to piece together whether any skullduggery went down at Untermassfeld.
Giant global networks of rift valleys had an impact way above the surface of the Earth.
What do model trains and a common household chemical have to do with the beginning of life?
A hurricane here on Earth is slowing down the search for life on other Earths.
The vegetarian dinosaurs had giraffe-like necks and bore a strong resemblance to a family in Europe.
If you live in these states, find a dark place to look at the sky and you may see something absolutely incredible.
You have never had luck this terrible.
There may have been antimony lurking in the Roman town's water.
The planet's thick atmosphere looks like something out of a Van Gogh painting.
Science still doesn't welcome the contributions of women.
A little piece of home in a distant land.
It's about the size of 13 Jupiters smooshed together, which means that for a planet, it's really, really big.
An undergraduate student first spotted the tiny remains.
2014 MU69 lacks the sort of pizzazz NASA looks for in a destination's name.