This image released Wednesday, April 10, 2019, by Event Horizon Telescope shows a black hole. Scientists revealed the first image ever made of a black hole after assembling data gathered by a network of radio telescopes around the world. (Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration/Maunakea Observatories via AP)

Scientists Take First-Ever Photo of a Black Hole

An international scientific team on Wednesday announced a milestone in astrophysics - the first-ever photo of a black hole - using a global network...

Thousands of Black Holes Found Clustered at Center of Milky Way

A gaggle of black holes has been found clustered around the center of our home galaxy, the Milky Way—and the discovery hints at a...

11 Lions Dead From Suspected Poisoning at Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park

Wildlife authorities found 11 lions dead from suspected poisoning in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park, in the southwest of of the country, on April...

Smithsonian Unveils Neil Armstrong’s Bag With Apollo 11 Artifacts to Visitors

It’s been 46 years since Neil Armstrong took “one giant leap for mankind” when he became the first person to set foot on the...

NASA Orders Second Crewed Mission to ISS From SpaceX

NASA has ordered a second crewed mission to the International Space Station (ISS) from SpaceX, which will provide the orbital service using its Falcon...

SpaceX Successfully Launches Falcon Heavy

From the same pad where NASA launched rockets that carried astronauts to the moon, a big, new American rocket arced into space on Tuesday....

Robots to Take Over Most Jobs Within 30 Years and be Able to Outperform...

Robots will have taken over most jobs within 30 years leaving humanity facing its 'biggest challenge ever' to find meaning in life when work...

Arctic is Warming Twice as Fast as the Rest of Earth

The latest word from scientists studying the Arctic is that the polar region is warming twice as fast as the average rise on the...

Japan’s ‘Black Hole Satellite’, Hitomi, Sent Back an Image of a New Galaxy Before...

It was sent 360 miles from the Earth in February to peer across space to search for some of the most powerful objects in...

How La Niña Will Affect Winter in the U.S.

La Niña, the cooler sibling of El Niño, is here. The La Niña climate pattern — a natural cycle marked by cooler-than-average ocean water in...

Study Says Drinking Soda May Age You as Much as Smoking

Nobody would mistake sugary soda for a health food, but a new study published in the American Journal of Public Health just found that...

Comet Lovejoy to Light Up New Year’s Sky

Here's a cosmic New Year's treat: A glowing green comet will shine brighter into the New Year, providing an incredible opportunity for skygazers to...

Maasai Tribesmen Spear 2 Lions in Kenya, Kill 1

Maasai tribesmen speared two lions that strayed out of Nairobi National Park in Kenya on Thursday, killing at least one, a conservationist reported. The spearing...

WATCH LIVE: SpaceX to Reveal Identity of First Private Passenger Who Will Take Trip...

SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space transportation company, was set on Monday to name the first private passenger who will take a trip around the moon...

Chance of Food Shortages Could Rise With Climate Change

The chances of food shortages and extreme price hikes could triple by 2040 due to increasing extreme and erratic weather brought about by climate...

Blue Origin Awarded NASA Contract for Suborbital Flights

Blue Origin has been chosen as NASA's latest space-age guinea pig. Jeff Bezos's private aerospace company was awarded a contract to perform suborbital research flights...

SpaceX Launches Cargo Ship to International Space Station

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket thundered to life and shot away from the Kennedy Space Center Monday, sending a Dragon cargo ship loaded with...

Frogs and Toads Have Supervision, Can See Colour in the Dark

The night vision of frogs and toads appears to be superior to that of all other animals. They have the ability to see colour...

Large Magma Reservoir Found Below Yellowstone National Park

Enough hot rock sits beneath Yellowstone National Park to fill the Grand Canyon nearly 14 times over, according to our best view yet of...

Mysterious Ring in Antarctica Might be the Impact Crater of 2004 Meteorite

A mile-wide impact crater found in the Antarctic ice sheet may have been created by a meteorite, perhaps the size of a house, smashing...