NASA will soon build a space station for the moon, which is being dubbed 'Gateway'.
Researchers have created a 3D printer that produces self-folding material, an invention that could flat-pack furniture, and hep create emergency shelters.
Scientists have confirmed that Mars may have had water till 3.5 billion years ago, when lakes were estimated to have dried up.
A new paint has been developed by scientists, that can be sprayed onto walls to make them 'smart'.
In a study published on Monday, scientists revealed that the atmosphere around Uranus contains a gas that makes the planet smell like rotten eggs — or a fart-like smell.
Researchers have found that operating wearable devices while driving could be as dangerous as operating smartphones.
Lyrid meteor shower 2018: Here's a quick guide on what to expect, when to watch and more about this meteor shower.
An international research team has been able to bend and stretch diamond at a nano scale, with the possibility of use in future electronics and drug delivery.
Researchers have developed a new method based on artificial intelligence, that will draw out road maps more accurately from aerial surveys.
Tess is the successor to NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, on its last legs after discovering a few thousand exoplanets over the past nine years.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has developed a superconductor camera, called DARKNESS, that can improve detection of exoplanets.
The launch NASA's latest planet-hunting satellite, TESS, was delayed until April 18. The problem was reported as SpaceX looked to fix any errors with the launch.
An asteroid almost flew by the Earth unnoticed, as space agencies got wind of the football field-sized body only hours before its fly-by.
NASA is ready to launch its new planet hunter, Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (Tess), as it seeks to expand the search for habitable exoplanets.
Scientists believe that deep space holds many more black holes compared to earlier estimates, which can now be 'heard'.
Space agency ISRO has announced the success of its final orbit raising operations on the IRNSS-1I, part of India's NavIC satellite constellation.
The Smithsonian Feather Identification Lab tracks all incidences of bird hits in the US, and maintains a database of the battle between bird and aircraft for the skies.
A stretch of highway in China's eastern city of Jinan has the potential to transform the transport business: it is capable of charging cars.
Researchers have developed a way to make zero-waste smartphones a reality, as they have successfully created modified versions of fiberglass and resin, which are commonly disposed.
PSLV-C41/IRNSS-1I Mission blasted off at 4.04 am from the first launchpad at the Sathish Dhawan Space Centre. It was a normal lift-off, ISRO officials said.