Russia's new launch vehicle will be huge and powerful—if it's ever built.
Australia’s extreme heat and raging blazes are destroying colonies of the migratory bats. Is extinction on the horizon?
The same tech that could help make space cleaner might, in the long run, also make it more dangerous.
NASA has its sights set on Mars and on Jupiter’s moons in the race to find extraterrestrial life—but another watery world farther away may offer more hope.
America has the most military hardware of any country—but experts say the nature of war is shifting underground and online, and the U.S. may struggle to keep up.
First contact looks more and more likely. But if we’re going to find extraterrestrial life in the 2020s, we might need to switch up exactly where, and how, we’re looking.
A high-tech space capsule the agency hopes to use to send astronauts to the Space Station successfully launched only to suffer a malfunction and get stranded 120 miles over Earth.
Due to budget concerns and space exploration priorities, we might have to wait until 2035 to know more.
A telescope in Arizona will undertake the task after being retrofitted with a high-tech sensor.