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Massive iceberg breaks off Antarctica Peninsula, scientists say
An iceberg almost the size of Delaware has broken away from Antarctica, scientists said Wednesday. The massive iceberg, measuring 5,800 square km and weighing more than one trillion metric tons, calved away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula sometime between Monday and
The motion of stars 5 million years in the future
Animation from the European Space Agency traces the motion of how stars will move across the galaxy five million years into the future.
The Mannequin Challenge Travels to Space
Six crew members aboard the International Space Station pulled it off in zero gravity.
Red Solo Cup Inventor Dies at Age 84
Twitter toasts Robert Hulseman, the inventor of the iconic Red Solo Cup following his death.
NASA's Peggy Whitson Becomes Oldest Woman in Space
As Expedition 50/51 launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 2:20 a.m. local time on Friday, American astronaut Peggy Whitson became the oldest woman to travel in space. The Iowa-born biochemistry researcher and astronaut is set to break more than just one record during her third-ever
Schiaparelli Probe Likely Crash-Landed on Mars, Photos Show
The Schiaparelli probe that was supposed to land on Mars Wednesday may have exploded prior to reaching the planet's surface, the European Space Agency said today. Photos taken by NASA 's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter reveal two new black spots on the surface of the red planet near the designated
ExoMars Module Signal Lost Before Landing on Mars
A Mars mission launched by the European and Russian space agencies successfully entered the red planet's orbit today, but scientists have lost the signal from a probe that was scheduled to land on the surface. ExoMars, a joint mission between the European Space Agency and Roscosmos, the Russian
Rosetta Spacecraft Ends 12-Year Mission
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Moon Rocks and Asteroids at NASA's Johnson Space Center
ABC News' Gina Sunseri talks with planetary scientist Kevin Righter about asteroid missions and what we are still learning from moon rocks.
Missile That Downed Flight MH17 Brought From Russia: Investigators
A long-awaited investigation by international prosecutors has found that the anti-aircraft missile used to down Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine two years ago was transported from Russia and fired by pro-Russian separatists. The conclusions of the investigation provides the most