See photos from National Geographic’s “Genius,” a gripping new drama series about Albert Einstein that highlights some of the most intriguing and intimate details of the acclaimed physicist’s personal life.
A new study of 161 breeds traces some ancestry back to the Americas of 10,000 years ago.
European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Pesquet captured imagery of Earth while orbiting over California aboard the International Space Station on April 17, 2017.
“Genius,” a gripping new series about the life of Albert Einstein, makes its television debut tonight. The show delves into the more controversial aspects of Einstein’s life, with plenty of violence and debauchery right off the bat.
The president wants to cut funding for N.O.A.A., a linchpin in keeping American fishing afloat.
The sun’s magnetic “sphere of influence” that surrounds our solar system is shaped like a bubble, rather than having a long, comet-like tail as many scientists previously thought, new observations suggest.
On this day in 1990, NASA’s space shuttle mission STS-31 deployed the Hubble Space Telescope into orbit. The telescope was launched to capture images of the cosmos with unprecedented clarity, but a flaw in its mirror left the telescope nearsighted.
Scientists are investigating a stream of hot, bright gas visible not far from the northern lights. Amateurs saw it first, and they gave it a name from a 2006 animated movie.
Paige Campbell, an astrophysics and meteorology student of Pennsylvania State University, explains why she’s marching in the March for Science in Washington D.C. on April 22, 2017.
The hot springs of Yellowstone National Park may be extreme environments, but they are host to a diversity of microbes that could shed light on the evolution of life on Earth and, perhaps, what lurks on distant planets.