Scholars sometimes credit Thales or Empedocles of Acragas with the first correct theory of solar eclipses, but it was Anaxagoras who had the science right.
A new measurement offers insights on the density of the mysterious force driving the Universe’s expansion.
Along 1,100 kilometers, from Mexico to Costa Rica, lies the Central American volcanic arc, where the variety of magma types make for a geological paradise.
The TRAPPIST-1 system is a treasure trove of possibilities and questions. Observations by JWST have just begun.
The Big Bang theory is not threatened, but astrophysicists have some explaining to do.
Bang bang all over the Universe.
A combination of factors makes the weather at New Hampshire’s Mount Washington arguably the most brutal in the world.
Temperatures in the Sun's core exceed 10 million degrees Celsius. But how on Earth did we actually come to know that?
This oddball system of three stars might be our best chance at finding nearby life in the Universe.
Asteroid collisions aren't always bad.