The last full moon of the decade will peak Thursday, Dec. 12.
Mother Nature cooperated today and a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off into the clear blue sky just before 12:30 p.m., carrying an uncrewed Dragon capsule on its third flight to the station -- the first such milestone for the reusable spacecraft.
An Atlanta sixth grader turned his struggle with bullies into a patented invention to help other students.
A rare cosmic spectacle is likely to occur on Thursday night if the alpha Monocerotid meteor shower turns into a meteor storm like astronomers are predicting.
If you've seen more coyotes in your neighborhood, you're not alone. There has been an increase in sightings all over our area.
It’s not every day that you receive bear hugs while at work, unless it’s your job to take care of pandas.
The three African-American women whose stories were shared in the 2016 movie “Hidden Figures” will be awarded Congressional Gold Medals.
A woman who reportedly climbed over a safety barrier at the Bronx Zoo lion exhibit has been arrested.
A team of scientists discovered a new strain of HIV for the first time in 19 years and published the findings Wednesday.
NASA is sharing a photo of the Sun looking like a jack-o-lantern.
A new study found that people with higher levels of trans fats could be more susceptible to developing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
The show will reach its peak on Monday night into the early morning hours of Tuesday.
Hundreds of birds that flew into the NASCAR Hall of Fame, injuring themselves, are now in the care of Carolina Waterfowl Rescue.
According to Carolina Waterfowl Rescue, a grand total of 310 birds struck the NASCAR Hall of Fame building Tuesday night.
A video from the Royal Zoological Society at Scotland's Edinburgh Zoo has gone viral after a tiny lion cub unknowingly put quite the fright into her mother.
Twenty new moons have been found around Saturn, giving the ringed planet a total of 82, scientists said Monday. That beats Jupiter and its 79 moons.
If you have any wishes to make, now is the time, because stargazers will get their chance to view two back-to-back meteor showers that are expected to peak this week.
For the first time, NASA’s planet-hunting Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) was able to watch the “cataclysmic phenomenon” of a star being torn apart by a black hole from beginning to end. Using follow-up observations from telescopes, astronomers were able to capture unprecedented data about the star-destroying events known as tidal disruptions.
You may want to put your eyes to the skies this weekend if you live in certain parts of the United States.
Residents were surprised to see an injured black bear roaming around their neighborhood in Concord, N.C. Thursday.