The Rosetta mission team is hoping that a software patch will help re-establish reliable contact with the little Philae lander, lodged somewhere on the comet’s surface.
If there’s really intelligent life out there, why haven’t they contacted us yet? Here are some possibilities.
SG Collins explains why the Apollo moon landings on the moon in the late 1960s and early ’70s could not have been faked.
Any drop in solar activity will be dwarfed by the impact of increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
Guide and timetable to this week’s exciting events as New Horizons spacecraft encounters Pluto! Countdown on NASA TV begins 7:30 EDT (11:30 UTC) Tuesday.
The moon might harbor bits of Earth that blasted off our planet billions of years ago. These lunar time capsules could hold secrets of what Earth was like as life first emerged.
Cities adapt to growing ranks of coyotes, cougars and other urban wildlife
New findings help explain how parrots, just like humans, can talk and dance.
People around the world rely on groundwater for drinking and crop irrigation. But a new satellite data study says that many of our biggest aquifers are overstressed.