The world's largest plane flew for the first time Saturday morning.
By way of a coordinated effort from radio telescopes around the world, scientists have managed to photograph a black hole for the first time ever.
Brazilian astronomers concluded the exoplanet orbits a pair of binary stars.
NASA launched two rockets that interacted with the Northern Lights.
The remains of a Tyrannosaurus Rex found in Canada may constitute the largest specimen of the iconic dinosaur species ever found.
In a rather remarkable development, Vice President Mike Pence issued a bold directive to NASA to put humans back on the moon within the next five years.
An intriguing new scientific paper suggests that there is life on Mars in the form of fungi growing on the surface of the Red Planet.
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George Knapp shares items of recent interest.
A fascinating study out of Africa saw scientists place camera traps in the jungle habitats of various great ape species and, in turn, captured some truly remarkable reactions from the creatures to the devices.
Simulated footage of what the Ethiopian B737 Max crash may have looked like.
A team of researchers in Japan have taken a significant step towards possibly bringing the long-extinct woolly mammoth back to life.
Anomaly hunters examining NASA images of Mars have once again spotted something curious sitting on the surface of the Red Planet.
An amazing set of images released by NASA provide the first-ever look at shockwaves interacting with each other.
Earlier this week winds in excess of 100mph toppled a communications tower on the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine.
Astronomers searching for a proposed Planet Nine have published a new paper which they believe strengthens the case that the hypothetical world exists and speculated on when we may find it.
A hospice in upstate New York has amassed a huge collection of intriguing dreams and visions that their patients have shared before passing away.
George Knapp shared a number of items that have recently caught his attention.
After fifteen glorious years exploring the surface of Mars, NASA's Opportunity rover has been officially declared dead by the space agency.
Galaxy Bedin1 is just 3000 light-years across.
An examination of a rock brought back to Earth by Apollo 14 astronauts revealed that part of it may have actually come from here!
The annual assessment of how close humanity may be to destroying itself, known as the Doomsday Clock, went unchanged for 2019, leaving humanity in the same precarious position as last year.
A longstanding conspiracy theory centered around the fate of notorious Nazi official Rudolf Hess has been debunked via a DNA test.
A standing stone circle in Scotland that was thought to be thousands of years old has been revealed to be merely a modern replica of such ancient formations.
The possible discovery of a massive ninth planet lingering in the far reaches of our solar system has been called into question via new research which examines how it was found in the first place.
Images of Sunday night's dazzling "Super Blood Wolf moon" are pouring in from around the world.
George Knapp shares items of recent interest, including a photo of a full moon over Skinwalker Ranch.
A team of researchers in Europe used modern technology to take a proverbial glimpse into the ancient past by creating a robot which recreates the walking motion of a prehistoric creature
A Harvard astronomer who sparked headlines last November when he theorized that the mysterious interstellar object known as Oumuamua could be alien in nature is defending his fantastic hypothesis in the face of critics.
Scientists at the SETI Institute has created a sizeable new online database which catalogs all of the searches for extraterrestrial life since 1960.