A game played by more than 5,500 people revealed that humans can often interpret the gestures of chimpanzees and bonobos.
A small meteor that hit Earth in 2014 was from another star system, and may have left interstellar debris on the seafloor.
A pulsar located 1,600 light-years away is spilling antimatter into the Milky Way.
The sphinxes measure 26 feet in length and represent King Amenhotep III, who reigned about 3,300 years ago.
These 'Borg' elements assimilated genes from other organisms, and could be used to help fight climate change.
MIT astrophysicist Nergis Mavalvala talks about the discovery of gravitational waves—and everything that has followed—on Motherboard’s “Space Show.”
The oldest known “quasicrystal” made by humans has been discovered at the New Mexico site of the 1945 Trinity bomb test.
Voyager 1 has likely made the first continuous measurement of the density of matter in interstellar space.
The natural radio signal's detection marks the first data collection from the planet's ionosphere in decades.
Nobody knows what causes quasi-periodic eruptions (QPEs), but a new study has found a much more efficient way of detecting these mysterious explosions.
New fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in a cave that was once packed with ancient human skeletons.
"This new burst that we detected is about 1,000 times brighter than any other radio burst ever seen from a magnetar.”