Researchers have discovered an undersea volcano that looks like something out of 'The Lord of the Rings'.
Astronomers have been attempting to explain a strange phenomenon involving ghostly circular 'smoke rings'.
A visitor has been banned from the park after being caught attempting to use the hot springs to cook chicken.
An unexpected visitor of a furry, four-legged variety gave one family quite a surprise earlier this month.
An increasing body of evidence suggests that Mars may have once had its own spectacular ring system.
Something strange visited the southwest side of Colorado Springs one summer night 28 years ago.
The unmanned test flight brings NASA one step closer to being able to launch its own crewed missions again.
A new study has revealed that Saturn's rings may be slowly falling on to the gas giant as 'ring rain'.
Richard Browning stunned onlookers this week as he flew around a business park in Salford, England.
NASA has revealed the discovery of methane and other chemicals in the gas giant's upper atmosphere.
New data from Cassini has suggested that Saturn's rings may only be around 100 million years old.
The find brings the total number of distinct snake species in the British Isles from three to four.
Cassini's second dive between Saturn and its innermost ring has yielded more breathtaking photographs.
The dangerous nature of the maneuver has resulted in NASA temporarily losing contact with the spacecraft.
Every year, visitors to the Takhini Hot Springs in Yukon are challenged to freeze their hair and brows.
Mars may not be the most obvious place to look for rings, but that could soon be set to change.
A prehistoric species of shrimp in Australia has been emerging from the ground recently due to heavy rain.
Remarkable prehistoric structures made from stalagmites have been discovered inside a cave in France.
The iconic volcano used in the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy has had its eruption alert elevated.
A revolutionary new technique has made it possible to use strings of DNA to store digital photographs.