Here's how China's Tiangong-1 space station will compare to other uncontrolled re-entries when it hits the atmosphere.
China's Tiangong-1 space station isn't the first spacecraft to shed bits of junk onto Earth, and it won't be the last.
Spanish startup Zero 2 Infinity will use a 3D-printed combustion chamber for the engines it is developing to power its Bloostar balloon-assisted orbital rocket.
One of the biggest dips in the brightness of Tabby's star points to a possible source for its dusty light-blocker.
To march is to "walk or proceed quickly, and with determination" — a fitting definition for the month of March, as we celebrate Women's History Month and commemorate the achievements of countless women.
As the Chinese space station Tiangong-1 tumbles towards an inevitable breakup in Earth's atmosphere around Easter weekend (March 30 to April 2), researchers in Germany are keeping a close eye on the station to better predict where and when it will hit.
NASA will put the supersonic parachute for its 2020 Mars rover to the test once again Thursday morning (March 29), and you can watch the action live.