How to safely view the Solar Eclipse on October 14th
A celestial spectacle will pass through the sky on Oct. 14.
James Webb Telescope captures stunning images of a neighboring galaxy
Barnard’s Galaxy is roughly 1.5 million light-years away
Mars Rover has finally arrived at a long-awaited Martian location
"One of the most difficult climbs the mission has ever faced."
New microscope footage brings us closer to understanding the central nervous system
Peek at the micro cosmos that makes and breaks us.
Missing Antarctic sea ice shows a new, worrying reality
Scientists are still observing this trend to figure out its exact cause.
In a race against extreme floods, some cities look to nature
Meet the architects igniting a green city revolution.
This NASA spacecraft successfully flew through a sun explosion
The Parker Solar Probe survived one of the most powerful coronal mass ejections ever recorded.
By Mark Stetson
New implant can track the health of organ transplants in real time
This minuscule device could change the future of organ transplants.
NASA found evidence of ice on Mars. What does that mean?
"It creates a network of linear patterns that reveal the history of ice flow."
Video game technology helped a woman regain her speech
The scientific success story has raised hopes that the tech could soon help more people.
How young climate activists took Montana to court. And won.
The fight to save the planet has moved to the court room.
Using the James Webb Telescope, astronomers created a video seeing 200 million years into the past
It's a mind-blowing trip!
Who are the UAP whistleblowers and what are they telling congress?
On July 26, 2023, three former military officials testified before a House Oversight subcommittee to raise concerns over recorded UAPs.
What the hottest month on record looked like across the globe
"The era of global warming has ended. The era of global boiling has arrived."
Artists draw attention to the environmental cost of the war in Ukraine
'Invasive species' shows how a plant can become a metaphor for the damages caused by imperialism.
Lightning trackers in space may help us prepare for extreme weather
The first images coming from the satellites are mesmerising.
How can India prepare its cities for severe heatwaves?
Mashable spoke to locals and experts to find out what those in charge are doing to protect their citizens from extreme heat.
Satellite images show colossal damage from Ukraine's destroyed Kakhovka dam
As rescue efforts are underway, the true scope of the damage is still unclear.