The hottest place on Earth saw almost a year's worth of rainfall in just three hours.
This month's supermoon, the fourth and final one of 2022, will grace the skies on the night of August 11-12.
A strange aurora phenomenon, dubbed STEVE (Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement), has been spotted over Canada.
One of the best meteor showers of the year will peak on the night of August 12-13.
The object that recently disintegrated may have originated from the breakup of a single, giant comet hundreds of years ago.
The full moon in August—often referred to as the "Sturgeon Moon"—will be the fourth and final supermoon of 2022.
A surprise geomagnetic storm hit Earth on Sunday, while another is forecast to reach us today.
The study by Webb will be the "most important" exoplanet probe for years to come as scientists look for life on other planets.
Etienne Klein's charcuterie sausage-based astronomy gag was amusing for many but fell flat for others.
Scientists can detect far-side sunspots and other hidden solar activity using a technique known as helioseismology.
A well-known weather reporter in Mexico shared the images on his Facebook page saying the object had fallen from the sky.
The magnetic classification is associated with solar flares—thankfully they're unlikely to be disruptive.
Perseid meteors burn up in the Earth's atmosphere at speeds of around 130,000 miles per hour.
Three large pieces of space debris fell into rural Australia, causing a sonic boom to ring out across the area.
The lake's water levels are now at their lowest ever recorded due to the severe drought gripping the southwestern U.S.
Incidents of space debris landing on Earth have reportedly increased due to space tourism and increased exploration from international government agencies.
Scientists have discovered an ultra-bright phenomenon in the distant universe that could have come from a star destroyed by a black hole.
Footage allegedly shows a Soyuz rocket carrying a military satellite named "Cosmos-2558" blasting off from the Plesetsk State Test Cosmodrome.
Some 35 percent of Russians incorrectly think the sun orbits around Earth, rather than the other way around.
At the upper end of its estimated size range, the asteroid would stand as tall as the Empire State Building in New York City.
The flare itself wasn't disruptive, but it indicates that a source of more flares could be slowly rotating toward our planet, according to officials.
Three pieces of space junk have now been discovered after they crashed to Earth, causing a sonic boom.
Astronomer Gianluca Masi told Newsweek that stargazers could twice as many meteors per hour by looking up on August 9 rather than August 11.
Scientists say that around 565 million years ago, the Earth's magnetic field strength fell to 10 percent of its strength today before bouncing back.
U.S. Space Command confirmed the Long March 5B rocket re-entered the Earth's atmosphere over the Indian Ocean.
The rocky worlds have the potential to harbor liquid water, but until now scientists have been unable to tell if they have atmospheres.
The charred pieces of debris are believed to be from the SpaceX mission that launched in 2020.
A Long March 5B rocket section reported to weigh 23 metric tons is due to re-enter Earth's atmosphere at a location that's difficult to predict.
The asteroid, known as 2013 CU83, will come within 4.3 million miles of Earth, so there is zero chance it will collide with us during this close approach.