The latest Farsighted show takes a look at the science and science fiction potential of the planet-rich star system that NASA and others think may be one of the best places to look for life.
Bumblebees have demonstrated the ability to learn new skills -- showing brain size doesn't matter after all.
From smiling sharks to curious sea lions, lone divers and the mysteries deep inside a shipwreck, these prize-grabbing photos will transport you to a hidden world.
Shipwrecks, sharks, inquisitive sea lions and even a long-necked swan make the grade in this stunning underwater photography contest.
The incredible discovery of seven Earth-like planets in a single star system is being signal-boosted by a celebratory Doodle.
A dim dwarf star only 39 light-years away is circled by seven Earth-sized planets, including three that might be right for liquid water and perhaps, E.T.
All seven planets in the Trappist-1 system are Earth-sized. On top of that, three are in the habitable zone, so there's a chance they could harbor life.
Scientists say they've found the best place to search for life beyond our solar system. The first science fiction story about it has already been published, in the journal Nature.
Trappist-1 has seven Earth-like planets in its system, and three of them are in the habitable zone, meaning they could harbor life as we know it.
Astronomers call Trappist-1 the most incredible star system they've ever seen. A newly discovered set of exoplanets only 39 light-years away could be the perfect lab for finally proving we aren't alone.
The Dragon capsule, loaded with food and equipment for the International Space Station crew, will have another go Thursday.
The space agency is holding a news conference Wednesday to announce a big new find of planets beyond our solar system but still in the same neighborhood of the Milky Way.
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Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.