ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Astronomers Demote Pluto in 2006
Clyde Tombaugh's 1930 discovery is reclassified as a dwarf planet after much scientific debate.
Five-Planet Treat Coming for Skywatchers
Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter will align tomorrow for the first time in more than a decade.
Bieber Strips Down On Stage
OK it's getting kind of they were leading with. Justin Bieber taking a break the controversy that's always seems to surround him. He walked onstage at the fashion rocks awards show in New York last night to introduce performer with model stone. Well receiving some cheers and a whole lot of jeers
The Mystery Fireball in the Sky
we turn tnow to that flash in the sky we showed you here on "world news." Turns out, with help from social media, there were hundreds of reports of fightings. But tonight, is there consensus? Abc's clayton sandell now. Reporter: More than 1,200 people in at least six states saw it, some thought it
Capturing Unexpected Animal Behaviors
Nat Geo WILD's series, "One Life," provides a different perspective on the animal world.
Asteroid 2012 DA14 Comes Within 17,000 Miles of Earth
Hello everyone I'm Tanya with a live report from ABC news now that asteroid heading dangerously close to earth is about make its flyby at 2:25. PM eastern time. And scientists do say it is going to be a fly by and not similar to the Russian meteor shower earlier this morning. Everyone is looking to
Bub, Toothless and Stubby-Legged Kitten, Goes Viral
Is finally time to meet up with a born the brunt of the letter who is now the toast of the Internet yes she's toothless study lagged extra wouldn't. Well she's special that perhaps I accused in the world her owner calls are happy accident but there with us as you can see this morning first pollen
2004: Transit of Venus
A celestial show for the ages the planet Venus the sun and the earth where as we said aligned. Just so today it was a spectacle that no person living today had ever seen here's ABC's Ned potter. It is oppression is rare moment when Venus happens to pass right between the earth. And appear as a tiny
Sleepy Pilot to Blame for Plane's Nosedive
It was 46 seconds of fear and panic high over the Atlantic an airliner carrying more than 100 people took a terrifying dive passengers thrown against walls. And what happened defies belief. ABC's chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross on that story. We have the most amazing turbulent.