Are you a fan of Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei? Here's your chance to own a very rare signed document.
Five independent teams have secured launch contracts for their lunar landers to lift off in 2017.
An epic crack-up in space almost a half billion years ago remains a major source of the meteorites that smash into our planet today.
Bask in the details of clouds and landforms in a stunning image from NASA's new high-tech weather satellite, GOES-16.
The "Twilight" star publishes a research paper about the artificial intelligence she used to create her latest film.
Mating with 16 legs can be complicated. See a male tarantula tap, wrestle and make sweet love to a female, before rushing off so he isn't eaten.
A giant space eyeball might sound like a rejected Star Trek villain, but it's what imaginative space enthusiasts see when they look at Saturn's moon Tethys.
YouTuber Simone Giertz and the MegaBots crew team up to make and test a robot that can chop through anything that stands in its way.
Wolf 1061c is just a few blocks away, cosmically speaking, and alien seekers have begun a long-term campaign to look for signs of life there.
An imagined Pluto landing gets a colorful makeover in a NASA video that makes you feel like an astronaut flying down to a new world.
Android actor Stanley lends its voice to a BBC radio adaptation of Isaac Asimov's classic stories.
"Stranger Things" got it wrong. It was the CIA and the Department of Defense, not the Department of Energy, that conducted covert research on potential psychic abilities.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.