This discovery calls into question the commonly held belief that Marco Polo was the first European to travel to Asia in 1300 AD, and suggests that this estimate may be off by more than 1,500 years.
Scientists counted 222 new meteor impacts in seven years. The moon’s surface is changing considerably faster than previously thought, says a new study.
A new study shows how these adaptable snakes can respond to fluctuating ocean temperatures.
A new initiative seeks to capture visible-light images of the Alpha Centauri star system in hopes of identifying an Earthlike planet in its orbit.
The Mars lander offers a preview of the joint European Space Agency/Russian space agency ExoMars mission, which seeks to determine if the Red Planet ever supported life.
All six of the 2016 Nobel laureates affiliated with US universities are immigrants. Some are speaking out about the importance of open borders for the advancement of science.
Orbiter access arms and missile displays were tossed around as hurricane Matthew charged along Florida’s Space Coast.
Scientists believe the gully was carved by a fluid that may have been flowing water.
Researchers at Tsinghua University in Beijing fed the one-atom-thick, tremendously tough material to silkworms in one of the first applications of graphene that could become mainstream.
Research suggests a global dust storm could be in the Red Planet's near future.
Boeing chief executive officer Dennis Muilenburg and SpaceX founder Elon Musk both have Mars dreams. But who will get there first?