Data from Cassini's "death dive" reveals Saturn’s rings could be just 10 million years old.
A 73-year-old woman was diagnosed with a rare condition known as erythema gyratum repens.
A better understanding of hagfish slime could help scientists produce synthetic versions for the military.
The study of 2,000 Americans and Europeans highlights a lack of understanding of genetically modified foods.
The tallest geyser in the world had 32 water eruptions in 2018.
Roscosmos will try to regain control of the satellite Monday.
he TWorld Magnetic Model set to be revised as the north magnetic pole moves from Canada toward Siberia.
Over 450 people across the East Coast reported seeing the meteor on Wednesday morning.
For the first time, scientists have used this information to estimate how fast a black hole is spinning.
Her skeleton was found at the site of a women’s monastery that existed 1,000 years ago.
A second-repeating radio signal, FRB 180814.J0422+73, was found to repeat six times from a distance of 1.5 billion light-years away.
The image of the galaxy includes up to 15 million stars.
Organizer of Hong Kong summit says He Jiankui may face charges of bribery and corruption.
Study of Icelandic graves also appears to show female horses were eaten.
Potential collision with the Large Magellanic Cloud could happen in around two billion years.
Field tests with tobacco plants showed an increase in production of up to 40 percent.
The team drilled for two days to get access to Mercer Subglacial Lake last month.
Radio antenna emits low-frequency waves that can communicate with submarines.
Researchers link a supernova explosion 2.6 million years ago to the extinction of marine megafauna.
The earthquake swarm at the western part of the national park lasted for three and a half months.
The eruption started in April and continued through August, as magma drained and the caldera collapsed.
Deep-water seagrass covers an area twice the size of New Jersey and stores 28 million metric tons of blue carbon.
There are around 21 billion broiler chickens in existence—far outranking all other bird species.
Four million people living in the Arctic permafrost area will be affected by damage to infrastructure.
NASA’s Bill Cooke says to expect up to 100 meteors per hour.