After 50 years of theoretical predictions, we've managed to demonstrate how the magnetic field bangs like a drum.
The newly named six-wheeled explorer will search for evidence of past and present life on Mars when it reaches the surface in 2021.
There may be way less dark matter out there than scientists think—and maybe even none at all.
"If you liked the president's border wall, wait until you see his space wall," arms control expert Joseph Cirincione said.
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.
Samsung is unveiling its new Space Monitor at CES 2019 which promises to save users more space on their desktops.
Just as tensions with the U.S. were heating up on Earth, the Chang'e-4 probe was set to conduct the first soft landing in history on the dark side of the moon.
"The instinctive, the passionate, the almost unconscious side [of my brain] takes over. As soon as I heard the words…I could hear the melody in my head. It just somehow took shape."
The "Gaganyaan" project is set to carry three indigenous crew for at least seven days.
The 4,000-year-old mounds cover an area the size of Idaho.
Google is today celebrating scientists' attempt to communicate with intelligent life that may be lurking beyond our planet.
The exoplanet orbits a star that sits just six light-years away from Earth.
We cannot build a time machine today, but could we in the future?
The European Space Agency's gravity mapping satellite has provided a new view of the landscape beneath the ice.
The collision took place 10 billion years ago, when the universe was just three or four billion years old.
The observations offer "a resounding confirmation" of the supermassive black hole long-believed to be lurking at the heart of our galaxy.
Scientists discovered that fast radio bursts were not observed at lower frequencies, which was "really unexpected."
The probe will use gravity like a slingshot on its seven-year voyage to Mercury.