New research into dark matter looks at how the Milky Way pulled in, ripped apart and absorbed smaller systems.
Researchers will put artificial intelligence to work on a blockchain system in order to help unmanned spacecraft "think" for themselves.
Our first interstellar visitor has been proven to actually be an icy body covered in a protective crust of organic chemicals.
Space is quickly becoming a place where the industries that power our global economy will conduct business.
NASA's Global Climate Change Group has released the most stunning images taken by satellites and astronauts in space.
The sectors that power the global economy are taking their commerce to a whole new marketplace. Somewhere with infinite growth opportunities.
Experts from Australia, Canada, the United States, Russia and China – are undertaking a multi-year project to provide a definitive guide on how law applies to military uses of outer space.
An interstellar asteroid was detected by the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii.
A low-mass exoplanet has been discovered in the orbit of the red dwarf star Ross 128.
Some argue we need to settle on Mars in order to safeguard the future of humanity.
Each year, Mars City Design hosts a competition in which teams from around the world submit their concepts for future Martian cities.
Strange materials that propel the fictional Star Trek universe are being developed by scientists in reality today.
Researchers spent two years studying the Great Pyramid of Giza using muons — high-speed particles created by cosmic rays hitting Earth's atmosphere.
NASA is conducting a study to assess how the human body changes as a result of space travel, using Scott Kelly and his twin brother Mark Kelly as subjects.
Here's how human space exploration has evolved.