MIT students are designing a probe to study the asteroid that is heading near Earth in 2029. What they learn could help build a defense to avoid future asteroid collisions.
The sticker still claims to 'balance the body's energy frequencies,' but the claim of a NASA pedigree has been taken down.
Astronomers have discovered the hottest alien planet ever known, with a dayside temperature of more than 4,300 degrees Celsius.In fact, this planet, called KELT-9b, is hotter than most stars, according to a study published in the journal Nature.
Get to know how NASA's Backyard Worlds detected a brown dwarf.
The SpaceX Dragon Capsule created history by making its repeated trip to the space station, carrying a whole lot of essential goods and experiment kits. Know more here
This week, NASA debuts its next generation Mars rover with a distinct alien-like design. This NASA Mars Rover is set to be launched on the upcoming manned mission to the Red Planet in 2020.
Recently NASA’s Juno space probe initialized to deliver the first closer look at Jupiter's surface.
In celebration of Earth Day 2017, NASA launched an Adopt the Planet campaign.
NASA will soon begin the final flight plan of the Cassini space probe mission this April and crash into Saturn in September.
The Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology are looking for volunteers who will stay in bed for sixty days.
The International Potato Center announced that the Unique potato variety survived near Mars-like environments as NASA hopes to plant Martian super potatoes before human colonization.
Amateur astronomers are welcome to help in finding the ninth planet in our solar system.
NASA calls for citizen scientists to help them find hidden worlds in the far reaches of the Solar System.
Three years ago, MRO's High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) discovered the bizarre spider-like formations in Mars.
What causes the astronauts blurred vision? Could this lead to total blindness?
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.