SpaceX's capsule splashed down in the Pacific this morning, with science experiments, including live mice, and equipment inside.
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have found an elusive earthquake tremor after a North Atlantic 'weather bomb.'
This is the first time in over 100 years that a nearly-full dodo bird skeleton has been offered for sale.
The newly discovered galaxy, Dragonfly 44, is about the same mass as the Milky Way. But most of that mass isn't stars or 'normal' matter.
Jeffrey Williams, commander of the International Space Station, has spent 521 days in orbit, breaking the previous American record set by astronaut Scott Kelly.
Despite being the smallest of its kind, Microleo attenboroughi was still a predator to be reckoned with.
New satellite data suggests that humanity's impact on the environment is increasing more slowly than population or economic growth.
China has released images and specifications for a new Martian rover, the latest mission in the country's increasingly ambitious expansion of its space program.
As monarch butterflies near their fall migration period, concerned citizens are doing what they can to nourish them along the way.
Exploration Vessel Nautilus is broadcasting live from the USS Independence, an aircraft carrier that was scuttled off the coast of San Francisco 65 years ago.
A Pacific coral reef thought to have died more than a decade ago now appears to be alive again. A victory for conservation policies?
NASA was able to reestablish contact with STEREO-B, a craft from the Solar and Terrestrial Relations Observatory mission, which went missing on October 1, 2014.