Photos: Ancient Mars Lake Could Have Supported Life
NASA''s Mars rover, Curiosity, discovered that the Gale Crater once harbored an ancient lake theoretically capable of hosting microbes.
''Futurescape'' TV Show Explores Space Travel Possibilities Tonight (Video)
Colonizing the solar system might sound like a big job, but some think that humans are destined to do it.
NASA Spacecraft Captures Unprecedented Views of the Sun''s Mystery Layer
During its first six months in space, NASA''s IRIS telescope has snapped stunning images of an obscure layer of the sun, revealing previously unseen violence and complexity in the lowest slivers of our star''s atmosphere, scientists say.
Coldest Places on Earth Found, In Antarctica, Of Course
The coldest places on Earth have been found using the most detailed temperature maps of Earth surface to date. Pockets on the East Antarctic Plateau trap air so that it becomes much colder than anything you could find in Siberia.
Space Station Robonaut To Get Legs | Video
Robonaut 2 (R2) is having its legs tested on the ground while the rest of the robot is undergoing experimental trial on the ISS. The legs will provide mobility necessary for tasks inside and out of Space Station.
How the Private Mars One Lander Will Explore the Red Planet (Infographic)
The private Mars One colony project
Space History Photo: Shooting Star Experiment
This experiment is designed to develop and demonstrate the technology required to use the Sun''s energy for inexpensive space propulsion research.
Life from Earth Could Have Hitched Ride to Moons of Jupiter, Saturn
Life on Earth or Mars could have been brought to the moons of Jupiter or Saturn on rocks blasted off those planets, researchers say.
How Earth Produces Its Coldest Temperatures | Video
A new record for cold temperatures minus 136 F (minus 93.2 C) was set Aug. 10, 2010 on the East Antarctic Plateau. NASA scientists have figured out how our planet creates these bone chilling temperatures.
Puzzling Streaks On Mars May Be From Flowing WaterStories 1 - 10 of 15250
Dark streaks that are seasonally observed on Martian slopes near the equator could indicate the presence of salt water on Mars that melts and evaporates during warmer months on the Red Planet, scientists say.