We might not be on Mars just yet, but six scientists camped out on top of a volcano in Hawaii the past 4 months have gotten us one step closer to figuring out what it’ll be like.
The federal government has freed up $15 million to fund a NASA mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa, and this is the high-tech laser drill they want to use when they get there.
Why are aliens really not visiting Earth all the time? Let legendary astronomer and astrophysicist Carl Sagan explain ... in this 1960s documentary.
The gov't is watching and listening to quite a few things we say these days, but one hacker decided to fire back with a “kick-ass mixtape” the NSA can never enjoy.
Engineers are trying to figure out cooler and cooler ways to make stealth bombers, and military contractor BAE systems is pitching something that looks straight out of Voltron.
Where no one has gone before. It's been zipping through space since 1977, and NASA’s Voyager 1 has finally made it into interstellar space.
The U.S. military has been developing its very own real-life Iron Man for a while — and now they’re turning to the folks who actually made the movie suit for help.
Yes, we all sleep, but scientists have never actually figured out the exact part of our brains that can turn our consciousness on and off. Until now.
Bad news, would-be cryptozoologists: Looks like you can go ahead and delete that stack of old Finding Bigfoot episodes from the DVR.
What better way to make sure we’re all healthy, be it on a starship or right here on Earth, than to create a machine that figures out exactly what we need, then gives it to us?