Life on one planet could easily spread to another, according to the numbers.
Eyes in the sky to locate water resources may be many Middle Eastern nations' best hope for alleviating an acute water supply problem.
The International Space Station is going through one of the busiest times in its traffic history.
It's the first time a NASA mission has been named after a living scientist. Parker said “Hurray for solar probe.”
Solar Probe Plus is due to launch next year and will face heat and radiation unlike any spacecraft in history.
Russia is testing dust samples from the International Space Station, believing they contain extraterrestrial lifeforms.
Astronomers say we are looking at a whole new Jupiter.
Scientists are being forced to reevaluate what they thought they knew about the giant planet.
N6946-BH1 has left the universe.
The failed computer controls the major U.S. systems on the International Space Station, including the radiators and cooling loops.
Space probes have found a barrier resulting from low frequency radio waves which could shield us from geomagnetic storms.
The Chinese have plans to hunt, mine and even build a space station on asteroids, but are decades away from most ambitions.
When the fissure eventually splits off it will create one of the biggest icebergs ever recorded.
Material ejected from a planet with bacteria or single-cell organisms could reach another within just 100 years.
Scientists have turned Martian soil simulant into a material stronger than steel-reinforced concrete through compression alone.
The spacecraft has already provided NASA with much new data. Now it is on its way through the rings of Saturn to the end of its mission.
The Iowa native broke the record for spending the longest time in space of any U.S. astronaut.
It seems inevitable that humans are going to Mars, but unless they figure out the radiation problem, all that preparation will be moot.