It sounds like something straight out of sci-fi, but it’s actually science fact. The United States Air Force has had a cutting-edge space plane in Earth orbit on a super-secret mission.
As if the already-looming fear of getting wiped out by an asteroid weren't bad enough, it turns out we should’ve been 10 times more worried than we thought. This isn’t good.
Saturn may be adding another moon to its already impressive collection soon.
Fans of Bitten, the TV series based on the first book from Canadian author Kelley Armstrong’s successful series, will know Vancouver-based actor Greyston Holt as werewolf Clayton Danvers.
It’s the subject of myriad sci-fi books, movies and TV shows, but how many people would we really have to shoot into the stars to seriously make a run at populating a whole new star system?
Feast your eyes on the last thing you'd see before being squashed by the power of infinite space.
Here's a dizzying dose of awesome images to rival anything on the silver screen.
Sure, asteroids and meteorites hit the moon all the time. There’s a reason it’s covered in massive craters. But astronomers have now captured one on tape. Want to see?
NASA might’ve called it quits on the classic space shuttle, but that doesn’t mean America is done shooting for the stars. Exit space shuttle, enter the Dream Chaser.
We chat with the woman who's creating the sleek new look for the future of space exploration.