This pyramid-shaped rock on Mars will soon find a place in space history as it has been chosen to be the first test of the Curiosity Rover's advanced geology analyzing equipment.
Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate droplets of liquid.
An asteroid is due to flyby Earth on Thursday evening.
An astonishing video showing a 500,000 mile long whip-like solar filament ejecting from the sun's surface was captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
In Austria, 50 quadrocopters (small aerial drones) were equipped with LED lights, for a synchronized light show.
A team of scientists has accomplished a stunning technical achievement by sequencing the entire genome of a Siberian girl who lived more than 50,000 years ago.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft, which has spent eight years orbiting Saturn, captured stunning true-color images that show the changing hues of the planet's northern and southern hemispheres as they shift from one season to another.
Check out some recent items of interest that have caught George Knapp's attention, including a photo essay on spacecraft that have landed on other planets (pictured the Soviet's Luna 9).
Famed Apollo astronaut and the first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong, passed away on Saturday at the age of 82. Armstrong's achievement captivated the world, made him an American hero, and secured him a place in human history that will never be...
An HD video captures the exciting plummet of the Curiosity's Rover landing on Mars.
A number of items have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including a report of a sea serpent in Norway (pictured), and a viral video spoof of NASA's JPL team.
Google is expanding its popular Street View feature to include dozens of 360-degree interactive photos of ancient Mayan ruins.
NASA's Morpheus experimental lander, dubbed 'the beetle', crashed and burst into flames moments after takeoff at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
An ongoing dig around the statues of Easter Island has shed new light on the mysterious monuments. Petroglyph writings on the statues and larger subterranean 'bodies' for the infamous above ground heads are two of the insights uncovered via the project.
Tonight marks the long-awaited arrival to Mars for NASA's Curiosity Rover. Provided that the craft survives the treacherous final stages of landing on the Martian surface, news of a successful touchdown will arrive at 10:31 PM (PT). You can follow the...
The strange vehicle seen transported on DC highways back in June, dubbed the "Beltway UFO," has been revealed to be an experimental Naval aircraft.
A number of items have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week including articles about possibly habitable exoplanets (pictured) and a grandmother's possession.
Researchers at Caltech and Harvard have created an artificial jellyfish using a silicone base and rat heart cells.
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter currently circling Mars has discovered an unusual hole in the Red Planet
This spectacular view may look like the opening scene of a science fiction blockbuster but it is actually our own planet with one of the robot arms of the International Space Station.
Check out a list of items selected by George Knapp including his KLAS-TV I-Team report on the haunted town of Goldfield, NV, and an article about the fragility of the US power grid.
Doctors in Mumbai successfully extracted a five-inch long live worm from a man's eye. The 75-year-old patient, P.K. Krishnamurthy, had complained about pain and discomfort for some time.
The mysterious 1977 SETI radio detection known as the "Wow! signal" is finally getting a response from humanity via a project by the National Geographic Channel and Twitter.
Slow-motion video produced by Veritasium provides an amazing look at how a dropped Slinky seems to ignore gravity.
Check out some items that have caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on recent crop circles (pictured), and a Vatican guide on how to deal with the supernatural.
On June 3, NASA's Messenger probe captured this fun image of three overlapping craters in Mercury's southern hemisphere that resemble the head and ears of Mickey Mouse.