Carl Sagan, the best science communicator of his age, was also an avowed athiest who loved discussing religion. Continue reading →
A peculiar alien visitor has been found on the International Space Station -- but does it come in peace?
From ruby-red seadragons to one-way trips to Mars, look back and catch up on what you may have missed. Continue reading →
Some radical rain flouts the rules: The wet-weather drips seem to break a physical speed limit, sometimes falling 10 times faster than they should.
A strategically placed video camera aboard an upper-stage rocket motor captured NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP, spacecraft as it scooted off toward an operational orbit 425 miles above the planet. Continue reading →
Tonight at 7 p.m., live via Discovery News, we're streaming special public lecture by cosmologist Kendrick Smith, of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, in Ontario, Canada.
The European Space Agency is preparing for launch next week of a small reusable spacecraft that is due to make its first test run beyond the atmosphere.
The theory was found buried in a notebook Newton used during his undergraduate days.
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