A fascinating NASA presentation suggests that in July 2012 Earth was one week away from being struck by a massive solar storm that would have had devastating effects. Can this be?
After traveling for 37 years, Voyager I is recording pulses from the sun that confirm it has entered a different region near the edge of the solar system called interstellar space.
Some benches in Boston parks offer more than a place to sit. They also charge your gadgets, track noise levels, and watch the weather.
They're too tiny to see, but a new form of light-sensitive nanoparticles could flood the world with solar power.
Using only the power of the sun's rays, the souped up lightweight aircraft climbs to nearly 6,000 feet and stays aloft for more than two hours.
IRIS is NASA's newest toy for studying the sun. It just observed its first solar eruption, and it was a doozy.
An Idaho couple has a vision to cover our roadways with smart solar panels. Turns out it's a vision shared by a record number of backers on Indiegogo.
Velo Labs has come up with a bike lock that alerts owners to possible thefts, alerts emergency responders to possible crashes, and has a keyless entry that lets users share bikes Airbnb-style.
The Solar Roadway hopes to use the large, flat areas provided by roads to generate solar power, decreasing the reliance on fossil fuel energy.
Sure, solar power is clean and green, but to make it more efficient, researchers have had to use some nasty stuff. Until now.