French Guiana is home to Europe’s space program. But to residents, the spaceport has come to symbolize something very different: vast economic inequality.
It has been estimated that there could be anywhere between 2.2 million and 3.8 million species of fungi on Earth.
When there's almost someone always too hot or too cold, there must be a better way to control room temperatures.
The proposed accelerator will reside in an underground tunnel with a circumference of 62 miles. This is significantly bigger than the 17-mile structure that houses the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)...
It could be record-breaking in size, according to one expert.
She was feeding off a sperm whale carcass when divers saw her.
Down Detector recorded outages across Europe and some parts of the U.S.
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.
From the first moon landings to vertigo-inducing space walks and high-resolution images of deserts, glaciers and cities on our planet.
A panorama photograph of British World War Two military motorbikes deep inside a shipwreck in the Red Sea sees German photographer Tobias Friedrich named Underwater Photographer of the Year 2018. Friedrich's photograph beat more than 5,000 entries by underwater photographers from around the world.
Cellular companies, smartphone makers, app developers and social media companies all claim they have users’ permission to conduct near-constant personal surveillance.
Antarctica contains enough water to raise global sea levels by 190 feet, according to NASA.
The tallest geyser in the world had 32 water eruptions in 2018.
Roscosmos will try to regain control of the satellite Monday.
On June 16, 201, the discovery of a strange flare in the sky was reported in an astronomical telegram.
The Chang'e-4 lander touched down on the moon on January 3.