Data from the Zhurong rover suggests the Red Planet was wet more recently than we thought.
If dogs are out in coats and boots, how are the squirrels feeling?
The costs of such an endeavor would be extremely high, while the potential payoffs would be uncertain.
Lake Baikal holds nearly one-fourth of Earth's fresh surface water and is the most scientifically interesting lake on our planet.
Back in 1990, we hadn't discovered a single planet outside of our Solar System. Here are 10 facts that would've surprised every astronomer.
New research finds that dinosaurs were already adapted to living in cold climates before the end-Triassic mass extinction. But how?
The ANITA experiment found cosmic rays shooting out of Antarctica. One interpretation claims "parallel Universes," but is that right?
We are about to learn a lot more about the most elusive of cosmic particles.
The most unique interloper into our Solar System has a natural explanation that fits perfectly — no aliens required.
All across the Universe, planets come in a wide variety of sizes, masses, compositions, and temperatures. And most have rain and snow.
Virtually all the statistical methods researchers commonly use assume potential mating partners decide who they will have children with based on a roll of the dice.
Scientists discover surviving viruses in 15,000-year-old glacier ice on the Tibetan Plateau in China.
This is a great improvement over the typical brew time of 12 to 18 hours.
Strange underwater icicles form in the Earth's coldest regions and freeze living organisms in place.
Since the time of Galileo, Saturn's rings have remained an unexplained mystery. A new idea may have finally solved the longstanding puzzle.
The outer planets' clouds hide the weirdness within.
Ocean fertilization is extremely controversial, but if done correctly, it just might work.
Migrating our planet to a safer orbit might be the only way to preserve Earth after all the ice melts.
The mountain can generate lenticular clouds, which may contribute to its supernatural reputation.
“I watched closely for the sun or stars to appear, to correct my chronometer, on the accuracy of which our lives and the success of the journey would depend.”
Dr. Tyson explains where we might find aliens, why "dark matter" is a misleading term, and why you can blame physics for your favorite team's loss.