Way back in 1961, an Atlas missile exploded at Vandenberg Air Force Base on the California coast. It’s taken more than 50 years, but footage of that failed test has been restored.
Due to the fact that Saturn is mostly a big ol’ ball of gas on the surface, it's made it tough sledding for scientists to figure out the length of a day there. Until now.
If a new theory is correct, the moon could have the perfect underground habitat just waiting for us to build a city in it.
We all know how a fire extinguisher works, but what if you could quell the flames with nothing more than thumping bass? File this one under one of the coolest class projects ever.
We all learned the layers of the Earth in middle school, but it looks like the science textbooks might need a bit of a revision.
The more we learn about space, the more we realize that our Solar System is really the exception to the typical rules. Turns out we might have Jupiter to thank for our corner of the Milky Way being so distinctive.
They may look nice and pretty from our limited view all the way down here on Earth, but it’s easy to forget stars are actually gigantic, ultra-hot volatile balls of fire. Turns out, they also make their own beautiful, secret sounds.
Scientists have just discovered the crater left behind by the largest asteroid strike ever recorded. Want to see?
A previously unknown catfish species looked so much like a certain Star Wars character that it was named after him. You know, for science.
The ambitious sci-fi flick Ex Machina is getting rave reviews, and the latest trailer has us champing at the bit to see Alex Garland’s new sci-fi film. This movie just keeps looking better and better.