Two of the most enduring Moon mysteries may be deeply linked, according to new research.
The Ultimately Large Telescope, a concept for a spinning liquid telescope, could see the light of the first stars.
Mysterious craters have been popping up in the Arctic tundra in recent years, and the latest example is 50 meters deep.
The Yarrabubba impact structure in Australia dates back some 2.2 billion years, 200 million years older than any other known crater.
A small peak in Mare Crisium contains ancient information about the early habitability of our home world.
The apocalyptic 24 hours after a huge asteroid struck Earth is written into the center of an underwater impact crater.
An object five times larger than Hawaii’s Big Island is embedded miles under an impact crater on the far side of the Moon.
Opportunity spent its final months building this panorama of its location, which is now its gravesite.
Within a matter of months, NASA has discovered the first subglacial craters known to science. They’re both huge and relatively young.
"Big Bertha," a lunar rock that was picked up by Apollo 14 astronauts, originated on Earth 4.1 billion years ago, according to a new study.