Pluto has had a rough few years. First, it lost its status as a planet. Now most of its tiny moons are acting like rebellious teenagers.
The new planet, known as Kepler-413b, has an extremely irregular orbit that seems to move up and down. It also has no surface to stand on.
The wackier a planet's wobble, the more likely it could be to sustain life and keep from going full Popsicle, according to new research.
NASA's New Horizons has sent back remarkable new images of the distant dwarf planet, but nothing captures the feel of Pluto quite like this new video.
We now know Pluto much better, thanks to NASA's New Horizons mission, leaving CNET's Eric Mack to wonder how the former planet compares to our home rock.
A surprising find has researchers thinking that they may have discovered a "Solar System 2.0."
The folks behind NASA's New Horizons released a list of the most popular suggested names for places on Pluto that shows sci-fi and fantasy fans are getting plenty of representation.
Marvel ups the ant-e with easily one of the funniest superhero movies yet. Here's our spoiler-free review.
At the edge of our solar system, the spacecraft put itself into safe mode, leaving it temporarily unable to gather groundbreaking new data on the famous former planet.
Microsoft and Intel would like consumers to pick up 2-in-1s instead of Apple and Android tablets. It's a good idea that should improve with time.