Astrophysicist Martin Rees takes a renewed look at the question of whether or not we live in a universe of universes.
A meteor from another solar system landed on Earth back in 2014, but obtaining more information about it has proven challenging.
Individuals representing the 'United States of Kailasa' reportedly managed to sneak into the United Nations twice last month.
What Dan Harary writes might be science fiction, but what he saw as a child one afternoon back in 1970 was very much the real deal.
An optical illusion that has been doing the rounds for years has resurfaced once again on social media.
The head of space exploration at the UK Space Agency remains adamant that we are not alone in the universe.
The quantum world is thought to break some of our most fundamental intuitions about how the universe works.
Authorities are attempting to determine how an injured serval wild cat found in Ohio had the illicit drug in its system.
Need an extra hand at work ? Before too long, you might actually be able to get one... quite literally.
Former BBC producer Simon Holland believes that he may have found an explanation for the famous 1990 UFO photograph.
A woman from Chicago suffers from a severe form of pica - the abnormal compulsion to consume non-food items.
Biomedical Egyptologist Jenefer Metcalfe takes a look at how our understanding of mummification has changed over the years.
Two Chinese astronauts recently conducted a secretive spacewalk outside the Tiangong space station.
Researchers have discovered that a species of cicada exhibits the first and only known example of 'superpropulsion' in nature.
Most of us take it for granted that we can imagine things in our mind, but some people literally have no imagination whatsoever.
Until recently, the latest incarnation of the Pentagon's UFO investigation office reportedly only had 3 full-time staff members.
Neuroscientist Andrey Vyshedskiy takes a look at the evolutionary history of our ability to imagine things.
New research has called into question whether today's Mars rovers are capable of finding signs of long-dead microbial life.
Multiple witnesses have recorded footage of a bird just lying there in the sky, apparently not attached to anything.
A mysterious metal sphere has been the focus of much speculation since it appeared on a beach in Hamamatsu.