For the first time in human history, we're regularly identifying planets outside of our solar system and even identifying traits.
As it turns out, the “unidentified flying object” hovering over the Garden State was quite identifiable, and common – it was a simple Goodyear blimp.
This physics professor has an idea that he openly admits is "crazy." But, crazy or not, he thinks it just might be true.
Scientists believe that they may have detected signs of alien life on Venus, after spotting a compound that is produced when organic matter breaks down.
Luckily, researchers at NASA are not considering the asteroid to be a “potentially hazardous object.”
This year, as we enjoy Halloween with our immediate loved ones, we’ll also be treated to a stunning sight - a brilliant blue moon.
The skies are filled with exciting celestial events this month.
"If it’s something from outside this planet — that might actually be better than...the Chinese or the Russians," said Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL).