NASA's Juno space probe on Saturday passed the closest it will get to the planet Jupiter during the main phase of its planned mission to the gas giant, the U.S. space agency's officials said.
The European Space Agency's Rosetta space probe has captured images of bright bursts of light on the comet it is orbiting, apparently caused by a landslide.
NASA on Thursday conducted the second to last splashdown test for its Orion spacecraft as the agency prepares to eventually send humans to Mars.
Youths who suffer traumatic brain injuries such as concussions are more likely than their unharmed siblings of experiencing long-term psychological and social problems, a major study said Tuesday.
It all started with the idea of illuminating the darkest communities in the Philippines using a staple commodity.
Taiwan won its first-ever gold medal with a clean sweep of five games at the International Young Physicists' Tournament (IYPT, 國際青年學生物理辯論錦標賽) last week.
The Formosat-2, Taiwan's first Earth observation satellite, has been decommissioned after 12 years of service -- seven years longer than it was designed to survive.
Roll over, Melvil Dewey. Behold the 21st-century college library.
A blimp-shaped, helium-filled airship considered the world's largest aircraft flew for the first time Wednesday with a short but historic jaunt over an airfield in central England.
A widely used class of insecticides called neonicotinoids has contributed to the large-scale and long-term decline of wild bees, according to research unveiled Tuesday.