A mysterious ball of light soared over the Las Vegas skyline Tuesday evening.
What's that? Not one, but a SWARM of dust devils on Mars!
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has detected a massive, never-before-seen icy cloud at the south pole of Saturn's huge moon Titan.
A pale blue dot may not be the only hint of life beyond the solar system. New research suggests astronomers pay attention to pale orange worlds as well, since they may resemble what Earth looked like earlier in its history.
A windy day on HD 189733b is nothing to take lightly.
A solar storm that missed Earth but smashed into Mars last March dramatically confirmed long-held suspicions that the sun is blasting away the Martian atmosphere, and doing so at a rate that will leave the planet airless in another couple of billion years, if not sooner.
Red dwarf stars may be able to support habitable exoplanets after all -- through complex tidal interactions between star and planet, global magnetic fields could evolve, protecting hypothetical life forms from the red dwarfs' ferocious nature.
In 'The Martian,' astronaut Mark Watney gets hit by debris, blown away and partially buried by a terrible Martian dust storm. But how accurate is this depiction of living on the Red Planet?
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