Sunday leant itself to a beautiful, celestial phenomenon which will not happen in another 18 years
A supermoon that also happens to figure in a lunar eclipse, resulting in a reddish-hued moon, has certain entities declaring apocalypse is near.
A new telepathy experiment linked human brains using the internet. It might show that brain-to-brain interfaces may finally be possible.
A 16-year-old girl who wanted to lose weight developed serious health issues such as acute hepatitis from drinking a lot of weight-loss tea she bought online.
On another rare astronomical phenomenon will be dominating the sky on Sunday in the form of a super moon. This will be the last appearance of the one-of-a-kind lunar eclipse until 2033.
NASA teases with a "Mars Mystery Solved" announcement.
Stargazers get excited! A rare celestial event is taking place high in the sky on Sunday evening. The moon will appear larger than ever with a ravishing red hue at approximately 9:07 p.m. EST on Sunday, Sept. 27.
The evolution guide showcased an estimated 2.3 million named species of plants, animals, fungi and microbes.
The first sea otter to be diagnosed with asthma learns how to use the inhaler.
The mysterious spectacle in the sky was reported to have occurred during the country’s Independence Day.
British researchers have applied for permission to change the DNA of human embryos.
Skywatchers better take note of these for the rare September 27-28 celestial event.
Fans are already speculating the new features and capabilities that the action camera can offer.
You've seen it in “Predator.” You've gone all starry eyed over it in “Harry Potter.” Soon enough, such technology could be within your reach, thanks to groundbreaking research.
A study published in Science Translation Medicine presented that caffeine can actually slow down the internal clock of the body.