Warning: You might be shocked to learn what kinds of germs are stuck to the bottoms and even the insides of your favorite shoes.
Weird but fascinating facts about everything from the guy who dragged cars with his nipples to frogs shedding (and eating!) their own skin.
Known for producing the occasional meteor storm, the Leonid meteor shower is highly anticipated among astronomy fans.
From Elvis Presley wearing a velvet suit to meet Richard Nixon to the migrant mother who unwittingly became the face of the Great Depression, these are the true stories behind a few iconic photographs from history.
In October, catch this special type of solar eclipse that occurs only once every year or two.
The Orionid meteor shower is visible around the world, and this year it peaks the night of Saturday, October 21.
The harvest moon is the full moon that falls closest to the fall equinox, and this year, it’s also a super moon.
The space agency now has an official division for investigating reports of flying objects.
The birth of our universe happened at least 13 billion years ago—and you may have seen it on TV.
In 1923, filmmakers attempted to demonstrate Einstein's theory of relativity with pistols.
People on Earth will be able to see Saturn illuminated by the sun for one night only.
According to string theory, there are at least 10 dimensions of space, most of which are impossible for humans to perceive.
The truth is out there, but you may have to search every corner of the image before solving the puzzle.
Observers will have a good chance at spotting a dazzling display of meteors and even fireballs during 2023's Perseid meteor shower.
All the details for when August’s two super moons are coming, and what a giant freshwater fish has to do with it.
This summer's fireworks will have to compete with another spectacle in the night sky—a super buck moon.
Here’s everything you need to know about the special double feature.
Our planet is spinning more than 1000 mph at the equator while simultaneously zipping through space at 67,000 mph.
About a third of all lunar eclipses only ever hit the “partially illuminated” shadow of the Earth's penumbra. Here's how to see it happen this May.
Jeremy Hansen, Victor Glover, Christina Koch, and Reid Wiseman will make up the crew of Artemis II when it launches in 2024.
This Earth Day, the Lyrid meteor shower peaks overnight. Lay back and watch the shooting stars that will seem to emanate from the constellation Lyra.
On April 20, 2023, you can partake in one of the rarest types of eclipses: a hybrid solar eclipse.