With so many galaxies to explore, it shouldn't be a surprise the USS Enterprise and the rest of Starfleet are still at it 50 years later. Our crew chats about Star Trek's past, present and future today at noon PT.
On this Day in History: On August 23, 1966, NASA's Lunar Orbiter 1 took the first photograph of Earth from the moon's distance.
Mars may be an alien planet, but it looks awfully familiar in a new 360-degree view from NASA's Curiosity rover.
A new discovery could upend our understanding of particle physics and the forces driving the universe. Unless it's all just based on a goof.
Advances in technology over the last 20 years are giving birth to a new generation of telescopes that will open up the skies.
The Osiris-Rex will set off in September to high-five and sample an asteroid while helping to figure out how to keep space rocks from slamming us in the future.
Scientists observe a small, distant star system for years until one day it appears bigger and brighter in the night sky -- much brighter.
News that a livable planet may be circling the sun's closest counterpart is exciting space fanatics, but such a place may have some major differences, too.
This year's annual dramatic meteor shower featured twice as many exploding space rocks as normal. Enjoy some stunning views of the stellar display here.
The trans-Neptunian object has been nicknamed Niku, and no one knows why it is spinning around the sun backward.
It's showtime for one of the best shooting star showers of the year and this year it's set to be a blockbuster.
New modeling looks at our neighbor's past and finds the planet surprisingly worthy of a visit.
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