As orbit gets more cluttered, it’s more important than ever to fine-tune predictions of collisions between space junk and uncontrolled reentries to Earth.
The natural radio signal's detection marks the first data collection from the planet's ionosphere in decades.
Adam Szabo and Betsy Congdon, two leads on the Parker Solar Probe, discuss the mission’s discoveries and its daredevil future.
For many Indigenous peoples, oil and gas work is the only good-paying job around. But clean energy leaders are trying to change that.
Just 8 percent of employees at solar companies are Black. President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion stimulus could change that.
Tatiana Podladchikova, a space weather expert, talks to VICE about the biggest space storms in history, and how to protect our civilization from the Sun’s bad moods.
Tabloids and UFO enthusiasts have had a field day speculating about the strange photo, but the answer lies in the difficulty of sending data from space.
Each of the cell-like structures in this image represents an area about the size of Texas.
Scientists say the unexplained rogue waves and high winds mean we are “missing something really fundamental in our standard models of the Sun.”
“It literally is generating visible light out of the darkness of the sky. This is not even paraphrasing, this is exactly what it is."
Critical parts of Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf are eroding due to solar heating of surface waters.
Climate models reveal that renewable energy projects in the Sahara could spark a twofold increase in local rainfall, enabling vegetation to take hold.