Astronauts from three countries are scheduled to launch on the SpaceX Crew-5 mission to the space station this fall, and for the first time since NASA began launching from U.S. soil again, a Russian cosmonaut will be joining the crew.
Shark activity along the beaches of the U.S. Northeast has increased in recent years amid a rising seal population and conservation efforts, experts say.
The Yale researchers said that the findings may help extend the health of human organs during surgery and expand the availability of donor organs.
Officials in Loudoun County, Virginia are reminding residents to be on the lookout for the spotted lanternfly, an invasive species of insect that can wreak havoc on plant life and cause issues for property owners.
It’s been an arduous journey to surrender for Lindsey Currat. The Colorado mother prayed for five days under the care of trauma doctors, begging God to give her son back, heal him and perform a miracle.
The company said it will train future civilian astronauts in New Mexico ahead of their spaceflight.
Park officials say increased visitors to Hyperion in Northern California have resulted in “degradation of the tree’s base,” trash and human waste in the surrounding area, and more issues.
Issues with the 787 started in 2020 when small gaps were found between panels of the fuselage that are made of carbon composite material.
China decided not to guide the booster back through the atmosphere.
If astronauts could breathe on the moon without a spacesuit, these lava tubes would be ideal for a light sweater.
According to a tourism website, the cave is known locally as "Cueva de Los Murciélagos," which translates to "Cave of the Bats,"
The video shows a boat anchored off of Plymouth, Massachusetts when a large whale breaches the water and crashes onto the boat's bow.
A team of scientists is working on research that is quite literally out of this world.
Paleontologists went to the restaurant and used a 3D scanner to confirm that it was the tracks of two brontosauruses from the early Cretaceous period.
The new James Webb Space Telescope Forever stamp will be available in September, but individuals can preorder the stamp in August.
The Apollo 11 spaceflight jacket worn by Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon in 1969 with Neil Armstrong, exceeded expectations when it sold for an astonishing $2.8 million.
The decision to quit the ISS project comes amid soaring tensions between Russia and the West over the Kremlin's military action in Ukraine.
The wild monkey attacks have reportedly included a 4-year-old girl who was scratched during an apartment break-in. In another incident, a monkey breached a kindergarten classroom.
The Overture will reach speeds of over 1,122 mph — one and a half times the speed of sound — with a cruising altitude of 60,000 feet.
Bad news: Peak meteor activity happens during a full moon this August