Caves dotted around the surface of the Red Planet could provide a safe haven for future human explorers.
Scientists searching for life-bearing exoplanets have identified a new class of potentially habitable world.
Some of the world's highest and coldest places contain important, hidden clues about our planet's history.
Scientists have identified a mammoth that roamed a distance equivalent to circling the entire planet twice.
For thousands of years, stories and fables have contained clues about our planet's geological history.
NASA's Curiosity rover has discovered that evidence of ancient life on the Red Planet may have been scrubbed.
The inner core of our planet is growing more on one side than on the other - so why isn't it tipping over ?
The space probe, which landed in 2018, has revealed some surprising findings about the planet's interior.
Many of our planet's most significant geological events have occurred in roughly 27.5-million-year intervals.
For the first time in over 30 years, the space agency will be venturing back to the second planet from the Sun.
A planetary defense exercise at the weekend ended up 'destroying' an area of Europe around 100km wide.
What if it were possible to hide from a hostile alien civilization by 'cloaking' the entire planet ?
NASA's Insight lander has recently picked up the telltale signs of seismic activity on the Red Planet.
Astronomers have identified an extrasolar planet that appears to have regenerated its own atmosphere.
Astronomers have discovered what could be an indication of a previously undiscovered extrasolar world.
A new paper has cast doubt on the presence of phosphine gas in the atmosphere of the planet Venus.
NASA has revealed a new panoramic shot in celebration of the long-lived rover's time on the Red Planet.
Astronomers have identified a nearby extrasolar world that is not only terrestrial in nature, but also ancient.
The man, who filed the lawsuit earlier this month, claims that he is from the 'sixth planet of our solar system'.
According to new research, man-made materials now weigh more than the entirety of our planet's biomass.