"Cosmos" writer and creator Ann Druyan talks about the upcoming season and why everyone deserves to understand science.
The new ExTrA telescopes aren't just looking for exoplanets: French researchers will use the instruments to learn about distant atmospheres, too.
Scott Kelly clocked 520 days in space during his career as a NASA astronaut — the most of any American.
Rocket Lab, a commercial space company seeking to shine among the satellite launch industry, has secretly sent its own "star" into orbit.
A new theory connects three of the most energetic particles in the universe.
Lego will not be launching a fan's model of the space shuttle, nor will it be producing a launch pad for its Apollo Saturn V rocket set after rejecting both during a review.
Alien-life hunters shouldn't focus too narrowly on oxygen when scanning the atmospheres of exoplanets, a new study stresses.
Two separate teams of scientists have built the thinnest mirrors in the world: sheets of molybdenum diselenide (MoSe2), each just a single atom wide.
Scientists are figuring out how to make larger and larger objects float on sound waves.
Mattis: "We have to have capabilities to deny them what they want to achieve."