Behold, the most detailed, high-resolution photo of our natural satellite, the moon.
We've gathered a list of some of the most rare and unusual trees from around the world.
Black holes are mysterious, massive, and wildly powerful.
The wildfire scarred West is getting replanting help from drones, which help to speed up the reforestation process.
Actual moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong is up for sale
A futuristic beverage 'printer' that wants to change the way we drink.
A truly gorgeous, multi-color fish, and a great discovery for The Maldives.
A spider butterfly, a scorpion-fish, and a cacti-octopus are just some of the animals to discover.
A fascinating look at the weird and wonderful creatures that live in the deep water of Monterey Bay.
A massive, cataclysmic undersea volcano erupted on January 15th, spraying ash, gas, and steam miles into the atmosphere
It didn't have to be this way.
Our solar system's largest planet is full of mysteries.
Trick your brain with this delightful little illusion.
The Sarco Pod is a new device meant to usher in a new era of dignified death.
It's fair to say there's never been a submersible like this before.
This huge advance in brain-computer-interface (BCI) has allowed a fully paralyzed man to write down his thoughts using only his mind.
Poaching of elephants has been an ongoing threat for decades. These large, amazing creatures are slaughtered, often under the cover of darkness, for their tusks, which are sold for tens …
It's fair to say that Big John will be the ultimate conversation piece, when it is (carefully) installed at its new owner's home.
These hyper-vibrant moldscapes are the work of Dasha Plesen, combining paint, food, cultures and bacteria to create Petri dish masterpieces.
The natural world is all around us, but only some of it is visible to the naked eye. An entire new world opens up to us through the beauty of …
Colossal Laboratories aims to bring the Wooly Mammoth back to life, more than 3,700 years since it last walked the earth.
Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc on the city of New Orleans recently, causing significant damage to the entire power grid in the area.
Fractals exist everywhere in nature, creating infinite, mind-bending patterns that are even stranger than a casual glance may show.
We found ourselves wondering what lakes in the world might be the very deepest, and what might await us in the dark confines of the deep?
Even if we do discover aliens on a distant planet someday, would they look as otherworldly as this amazing creature?