Significant declines in perennial Arctic sea ice over the past decade may be intensifying a chemical reaction that leads to deposits of toxic mercury, a NASA-led study showed on Thursday.
Faced with deep budget cuts, NASA is restructuring its Mars exploration program in order to scrap up funds for a possible robotic mission to the red planet between 2018 and 2020.
A large asteroid is threatening Earth and may force scientists to create a plan to deflect the object before it hits in 2040
NASA's Mars program is in danger of coming to an end due to proposed budget cuts.
A Japanese company unveiled plans on Wednesday to build a space elevator it hopes to complete by 2050.
The Milky Way could be full of billions of nomad planets, according to a new study.
Next year, six volunteers will spend four months living on a simulated Mars base for a NASA food study conducted by Cornell University and the University of Hawaii-Manoa.
NASA has had a big week! Record breaking space winds emitting from a black hole and a new waterworld planet were reportedly discovered in deep space this week.
Scientists have discovered something amazing in space. After analyzing satellite images, scientists have discovered the fastest measured winds to be observed from a stellar-mass black hole.
Scientists have successfully measured, what they claimed, the fastest wind yet discovered blowing off a stellar-mass black hole. The wind is moving at a record-breaking speed of about 20 million mph (32 million kph), or about 3 percent of the speed of light.
Obayashi Corporation, one of the major Japanese construction companies, has a grandiose dream - it plans to build a 'space elevator,' by the year 2050, which will transport passengers almost 60,000 miles high into space, Japanese newspaper Yomiuri has reported.
Rovio is launching the fourth major release in the Angry Birds series Angry Birds Space on March 22 for mobile devices. The game will feature new planets, and users will have to compete with zero gravity while experiencing many new gameplay elements.
It was 50 years ago today that astronaut John Glenn left the earth in what would become on the most historic flights. Glenn's capsule, the Friendship 7, soared 162 miles from Cape Canaveral, Fla., into outer space.
Fifty years after John Glenn became the first American to orbit Earth, NASA no longer has the ability to fly astronauts in space, a decision Glenn lays squarely on the shoulders of the Bush administration.
It seems this earth is too small for the flock of angry birds whose goal in life is to destroy the greedy green pigs who stole their eggs. That's right, Angry Birds is all set to blast off into space and the date of their cosmic trip has been set for March 22..
Standing by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner in Everett, Wash., on Friday, President Barack Obama called on Congress to reshape the corporate tax code to benefit companies that keep jobs in the United States, giving a boost to the domestic manufacturing sector and exports.