The November 8 eclipse will be visible over much of the U.S. and will be the last total lunar eclipse until 2025.
Interest in nuclear fusion is on the up as it offers a secure source of clean power—but who will get there first?
And how big would an asteroid really have to be to actually destroy our planet?
The image depicts the massive asteroid one day before it zoomed past Earth at over 52,000 miles per hour.
Seagrass is thought to be of critical importance to Earth as it stores huge amounts of carbon dioxide.
The "backpack" of insect corpses allows Acanthaspis petax to hunt in disguise, and also serves as a defense mechanism.
While some deaths would be instantaneous, others would allow you to experience the horror of being exposed to another world for a brief time.
For decades, scientists have used lasers and magnets to achieve nuclear fusion. One group is using sheer kinetic force.
Climate expert Mathew Barlow says the move towards drier conditions is tied to climate change and emissions.
The smiley face pattern, which is the result of holes in the sun's atmosphere, makes the star look pumpkin-like ahead of Halloween.
The suspected blasts occurred in the Gulf of Finland on October 20 and 21, less than a month after the mysterious Nord Stream explosions.
Details of star coordinates were found hidden inside an old piece of parchment that had since been erased and re-written.
The hardy mushroom species could spring up in Death Valley after the arid region experienced rare rainfall in August.
The next partial solar eclipse that will be visible in mainland U.S. occurs in October 2023, with a total solar eclipse the following year.
The colorful radar image, taken over a period of about three weeks, shows how the landscape around the river changes with time.
The study involved over 7,000 people over the course of 25 years and suggests that less than five hours' sleep is linked to chronic health issues.
Coalinga was granted only a quarter of its usual federal water supply in 2022 as drought conditions continue to bite.
Russian fraudsters allegedly impersonated Ukraine's prime minister using deepfake technology, only to be met by undercover Ukrainians, report claims.
The dramatic acting display, known as thanatosis, is performed by some snakes to deter would-be predators.
Lack of access to health centers, poor antivenom supplies and some of the deadliest snakes in the world all contribute to the problem.
Nuclear fusion promises to be a clean and virtually limitless energy source, but time is running out to solve the climate crisis.
The huge Atlantic tuna was caught, tagged, and released after delighted girl Izzy Crotty fought hard to catch it.
Over 200 witness reports were submitted online after a meteor entered Earth's atmosphere over the northwest coast of the U.S. on October 12.
New Zealand company Emrod says it could start testing the space technology within five years, and carried out a ground-based demo in September.
The marine organism has been described as an untapped protein source that would be much more environmentally friendly than meat.
The sturgeon fossils, discovered at the Hell Creek Formation, were likely buried by a "huge tidal surge" from the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs.
The 30,000 square miles of net lost or discarded annually, calculated in a new report, will contribute to countless animal deaths.
A Russian climate scientist warned that climate change "is about to get worse" as polar temperatures rise and sea ice recedes.