The long-held notion that you should let your car idle in the cold is only true for carbureted engines.
Galaxies right on our cosmic doorstep likely formed at the end of the universe's Dark Ages, more than 13 billion years ago.
The X-59 QueSST seeks to revolutionize supersonic flight—by making it quieter.
Parker Solar Probe, the fastest spacecraft ever that will skirt the surface of the sun, lifts off from Cape Canaveral this weekend.
Flying closer to the sun than ever before requires some of the most advanced manufacturing that humanity has ever achieved.
The commercial crew astronauts are slated to fly on test missions, and then to the International Space Station.
The P-38 "Echo" is part of the Lost Squadron of aircraft that were forced to crash land in Greenland during a blizzard.
New research helps scientists understand how Mars got so dusty.
New evidence of water on Mars could be the best indication yet that liquid flows on the Red Planet.
Adaptive optics is the future of astronomy.
The discovery brings the total number to 79.
Just slap on a pair of wings and go.
Bis-oxadiazole could replace TNT and other explosives in military ordnance.
The little moon appears more enticing for alien life every day.
The first fully commercial launch for Rocket Lab is set to blast off.
The X-57 Maxwell is expected to fly for the first time in the next year.
"We are going to have the Space Force."
"We think we can ride this out for a while."
A new study measured stars at the very edges of our galaxy, and they are a lot farther away than predicted.
Although zero as a mathematical value is common knowledge today, it took even human civilizations a while to figure it out.
The rover has now been exploring Mars for almost six years, studying the geology and searching for life.
American Airlines flight 1897 was forced to divert to El Paso after the aircraft was damaged in a heavy storm over New Mexico.
At a charity ride put on by motocross icon Carey Hart and Indian Motorcycle, the American-style cruiser finds a home abroad.
Honda's second jet stretches the range to over 1,400 nautical miles.