Astrophysicist and science communicator Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses his motives for rebooting the science documentary series 'Cosmos,' which premiered on Sunday evening on Fox.
First-ever images of this event: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures images of the disintegration of an asteroid in deep space.
A black hole at the center of quasar RX J1131-1231, some 6 billion light years from Earth, has a rate of rotation that approximates half the speed of light, reveals a study.
The beloved PBS series is getting a FOX makeover, this time hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, accompanied by the vocal talents of 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane.
Asteroid P/2013 R3 fell apart in space, thanks to the subtle yet devastating effects of sunlight on rotating bodies.
Asteroid near Earth: For the second day in a row, an asteroid hurtles past our planet – within the moon's orbit – on Thursday.
Thanks to a rare celestial alignment, for the first time scientists have made a direct measurement of the rotation of a black hole.
NASA's 2015 budget includes a small down payment on a potential mission to Europa, a moon of Jupiter and one of the solar system's potentially most habitable spots.
Asteroid 2014 DX110, a hundred-foot wide asteroid that is absolutely not going to slam into our planet and set our atmosphere ablaze, is scheduled to buzz past at about 4pm EST on Wednesday.
The Hubble Space Telescope has caught a rapidly spinning neutron star in the act of gobbling up its partner, say NASA scientists.