Though unremarkable in size, the asteroid Vesta has an inner glow sure to catch your eye.
The man in the moon's face was actively formed by hot lava and other geological forces.
Most of the moon's craters were formed by asteroid crash landings millions or billions of years ago, but more recent collisions are also making their mark.
Falling sky debris doesn't pose any real threat. But in the nuclear age, asteroids could trigger war sirens.
*Beware of alarmist headlines. The odds are slim when it comes to giant Earth-bound asteroids.
The secret to the origins of life on Earth could be in the dust that's leftover after solar systems form.
There are a million space rocks nearby. Astronomers have only mapped about 9,700 of them.
In order to reach Mars, our astronauts may have to stop by a lassoed astroid first.
You've heard about comets and asteroids in space. What is the different?
If you've ever glanced skyward, you've probably noticed the sheer numbers of stars. Some are tiny, barely visible points. Others radiate strong white light.