We're still not holding our breath for ubiquitous hoverboards or flying cars, but we could soon see a breathing woolly mammoth. Plus, seven other crazy things that sound impossible today.
It's been well established that the Internet has an overactive imagination, but the latest "sighting" in images from the Curiosity rover is a little much for CNET's Eric Mack.
The Twin Jet Nebula looks like a cosmic butterfly -- its shining wings glowing with iridescent colors -- in a new Hubble Space Telescope image.
If the trailer for the new Matt Damon Mars flick looks all too real, thank NASA, which added some serious verisimilitude.
A 4-mile-high mountain on dwarf planet Ceres comes into focus as the Dawn spacecraft scoots up close for its most detailed images yet.
Saturn's outermost ring is the most active ring in the solar system. New models reveal how it came into being.
Normally we see the devastation natural disasters visit on neighborhoods and cities, but our outposts in orbit show the full scope of their destructive power.
What happens when you fall into a black hole? Theories vary wildly, but one thing is certain: Black holes themselves don't actually suck, but getting pulled in to one probably would.
The Cassini spacecraft says its goodbyes to icy Dione in stunning style with some of the best images of the moon ever taken.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft got up close and personal with Saturn's fascinating moon Dione, revealing dramatic portraits of the icy alien satellite.
Rumors of an Earth-shattering asteroid impact scheduled for September are blown off course by NASA applying science to the fear-mongering.
When legendary director Ridley Scott needed advice for his latest movie, about a manned mission to Mars gone awry, he called on the real-life team working to putting astronauts on the Red Planet.
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