It's not too late, but the future looks bleak for these species.
Here are some of the most exceptional dinosaur descendants in our skies, seas, and lands.
A supermassive black hole has been revealed.
Literally and figuratively...very metal.
Fairly recently in the planet's past, streams persisted on the surface of Mars.
Meet Ryugu and Bennu, two small worlds near Earth with big surprises inside.
The bone study suggests that pork BBQ goes back a long, long time.
The Atacama Desert is inhospitable to life. But don't tell the bacteria that live there.
Welcome to the solar system, Hippocamp.
It's big boy season.
Opportunity colored our modern understanding of the red planet. Now, it's time to say goodbye.
Forget spelling bees, let's have math bees.
The new species is closely related to crocodiles and dinosaurs.
Viewers in the United States may have to wait until next year, but the Southern hemisphere will get a partial later this year.
The Galagadon was a tiny freshwater shark living among much larger dinosaurs.
Some creatures, big and small, have a more limited range than you think.
A new study finds that 60 percent of species of coffee could go away—with potential collateral to your morning cup of joe.
Bacteria on the ISS may have gotten hardier—but we still have the upper hand for now.
Fast radio bursts have long eluded astronomers, but now a second repetitive source has been found.
There's a good difference between where the sun's energy ends and where it's gravity ends.
What was so elusive for so long is now almost commonplace.
The lumbering beast is the biggest of its kind found.
For those who are always looking upward.
The objects, circling in a pinwheel of death, are behaving like stars we haven't seen in billions of light years.
After lasting longer than anyone expected, it finally ran out of fuel.
The spaceship is out of fuel and in sleep mode. It may not wake up.
The ingredients for life are richer than we thought.
The last thing a future mission to the moon needs is a 50 foot jut of ice.