Scientists now say as much as 30 percent of the Earth’s water comes from outer space, and since humans are made of 60 percent water, that means we’ve all got a little bit of alien stuff in us.
Just how accurate are those epic sci-fi dogfights and vivid explosions? Unsurprisingly, not very!
Remember those epic Separatist OG-9 Homing Droids that popped up in the battle scenes of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones? So does the Chinese military, apparently.
New nanothread technology could be the answer to finally building a working space tether.
A team of researchers at North Carolina State decided it’d take too long for Skynet to create T-1000 shapeshifting metal, so they’ve gone ahead and made things a whole lot easier.
Seems there's more than one method of murdering an entire planet.
In the ongoing debate surrounding the authenticity of the Apollo 11 moon landing, some shots were fired from an unexpected source.
While digging through some data from NASA’s Hubble telescope, a team of astronomers spotted a supermassive black hole in the smallest galaxy we’ve discovered to date.
The threat of an asteroid hitting planet Earth and taking us all out is very real. Apparently, however, our early warning system isn't doing a very good job of letting us know the end might be near.
Scientists have a lot of ideas when it comes to exploring Mars, but one research team is eyeing a very unique approach. Basically: Shoot a few missiles at the Red Planet.