NASA launched a contest seeking for inventors to design a hands-free system that will address the excretion problem of astronauts in space and will reward $30,000 to winners.
Earlier this month, a giant meteor crashed into the Atlantic Ocean near the Brazilian coast.
Ever since NASA’s flyby, the scientists have been intrigued by Pluto’s intricate geology. However, it is not only interesting but the largest moon of Pluto, Charon, is surprising as well.
A new TV series reports the contents of declassified mission transcripts.
Strange sounds heard in outer space over the moon are not really clear, although there are a number of theories regarding their origin and source.
The SLS is the largest deep space rocket that was ever built, and it will be launched in 2018, though it will not send live crew members.
A new study sheds light on the link between dark matter and galaxy clusters.
An Oxford mathematician has used math to predict how long it would take frauds, conspiracies and hoaxes to be unraveled.
One "snail-like" object was shot by the New Horizons spacecraft in the Sputnik Planum area, which acts like a massive lava lamp.
A supermassive black hole found in the middle of a neighbor galaxy seemed to have “burped” after devouring matter that was close by, a phenomenon that can prove contributory in understanding the shaping of early universe, said latest research.
The technique can help researchers ascertain characteristics of distant stars and examine planets in its system to see if they can support life.
NASA's new photo and video of Pluto displays a unique mix of red and green colors.
The launch of InSight spacecraft to probe Mars' interior was delayed to a vacuum leak in one of the payloads.
NASA has been testing 3D printed rocket engine parts for the last three years. However, in a recent test, NASA seems to have inched closer to building an entire rocket engine, one that is capable of powering a Mars lander
NASA recently released cosmic images on the event of the release of seventh franchise of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This image resembles the famed lightsaber that seems to piercing the dark space.
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.