Man letting stepdaughter defy family's wishes at funeral blasted: "Leave"
An etiquette and manners expert told Newsweek that the trend of having an emotional-support animal such as a rabbit is getting out of hand.
Russian rocket crashes back into Russia after 42 years
The rocket was launched in 1980, with the rocket stage orbiting the Earth as space junk for the past 42 years.
Two sungrazer comets being devoured by Sun captured by NASA probe
Astronomer Tabare Gallardo told Newsweek the comets probably came from a larger space rock that was "previously disrupted."
Scientist Works Out There Is Over 15,000 Pounds of Human Trash on Mars
Debris from previous Mars landings and crashes might affect future missions to the red planet.
NASA Films 'Dirty Snowball' Comet Plunging Into Sun
The object that recently disintegrated may have originated from the breakup of a single, giant comet hundreds of years ago.
Japan Eyes Laser to Get Rid of Dangerous Space Junk
Space debris is a growing problem as humanity launches more and more satellites into Earth orbit, making space increasingly crowded.
Space Image Shows Record-Breaking Solar Eruption Spanning Millions of Miles
Imagery of the eruption was captured by the Solar Orbiter spacecraft's "Full Sun Imager," which was designed to observe the full solar disc, even during close flybys of the sun.
Fact Check: Does Mars Photo Show Crater Full of Water Ice?
Social media users have claimed a photo taken by a European Space Agency Mars probe is fake or a CGI render.
Galaxies Look Like 'Star Trek' Ship in Incredible Hubble Telescope Photo
In what was described as a "happy coincidence," the galaxies appear to have merged into the shape of the USS Enterprise.
Sun Probe Passes Through Comet's Tail as Space Rock Leaves Solar System
Leonard caused excitement when it zoomed past Earth last month, and a NASA/ESA spacecraft has studied its trail of debris.
Astronomers Find Football-Shaped Exoplanet in First Discovery of Its Kind
The boiling planet, which has a surface temperature of 4,000 F and is over 1,000 light-years from Earth, orbits its star in less than a day.
E3 2022 In-Person Event Canceled As Some Wonder If the Expo Is 'Dead'
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has confirmed that its E3 2022 event will no longer be going ahead in person due to coronavirus-related concerns.
Space Junk Problem Explained as Russian Anti-Satellite Test Creates Debris
The missile target is believed to have been a Russian satellite destroyed in the explosion. It highlighted the risk of space junk to missions like the ISS.
Amazing NASA Video Shows Venus Glowing as Orbiter Zips Past
The Solar Orbiter spacecraft, jointly operated with the European Space Agency, passed within 4,967 miles of the planet's surface on August 9.
How to Watch the ELSA-d Launch in Mission to Tackle Earth's Space Debris
The mission launches on Saturday, and aims to drag a piece of space junk back down to Earth to prove whether its approach will work in future.
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Stream of Stars From Beyond Milky Way Found Moving Toward Galaxy Center
The 200 stars appear to have come from a merger between the Milky Way and a dwarf galaxy long ago.
Iceberg Almost the Size of Chicago Set to Break Off Antarctic Ice Shelf
The calving event is expected to take place on the Larsen D ice shelf within the next month.
We Are About to Get the Closest Images of the Sun Ever Captured
The images will be snapped by the European Space Agency's Solar Orbiter.
Glowing Green Oxygen Detected Around Mars in Scientific First
"This is the first step in trying to understand the evolution of Mars' atmosphere," Håkan Svedhem, ESA's TGO Project Scientist, told Newsweek.
Arctic Circle Oil Spill Moving Through Ambarnaya River Seen from Space
Russia declared a state of emergency after 20,000 tonnes of diesel leaked into the river.
Part of Earth's Magnetic Field Getting Weaker, Scientists Say
The weakening of the magnetic field is being observed by the European Space Agency's Swarm satellite constellation.
NASA Marks Hubble's 30th Birthday With Stunning Image of 'Cosmic Reef'
"Hubble has given us stunning insights about the universe, from nearby planets to the farthest galaxies we have seen so far," NASA's Thomas Zurbuchen said.
Astronomers Spot Biggest Explosion in Universe Since Big Bang
"We've seen outbursts in the centers of galaxies before, but this one is really, really massive," researcher Melanie Johnston-Hollitt said.
Something Appears to Have Collided With the Milky Way, Creating a Huge Wave
The "Radcliffe wave" was discovered with new data from the European Space Agency's Gaia satellite.
This Is How Putting Astronauts Into Hibernation Could Work on Trip to Mars
Hibernation technology may enable mission designers to reduce spacecraft mass by around a third.
Eerie 'Song' of Earth's Magnetic Field During a Solar Storm Captured
Solar storms found to "profoundly modify" the foreshock—the region that extends beyond the magnetic field.
Hubble Spots 'Ghostly Face' In 'Titanic' Collision of Two Massive Galaxies
AM 2026-424 is the latest creepy cosmic image to be released ahead of Halloween.
Hubble Telescope Snaps Best Image Yet of First Interstellar Comet
The comet is only the second confirmed interstellar object to have passed through the solar system.
K2-18b: Super-Earth in 'Habitable Zone' Has Water Vapor in Its Atmosphere
The exoplanet is 110 light-years from Earth and was discovered by NASA's Kepler spacecraft in 2015.