Most of us take our oxygen-rich atmosphere for granted. Once upon a time, though, Earth's air was very different.
Scientists have gathered detailed data measuring light from over 2,000 galaxies, some of which are up to several billion light years away from earth.
According to another theory, life on Earth may not have begun with RNA but rather with amino acids able to fold into proteins in a high salt environment.
One of the great mysteries: Does life exist elsewhere in the universe. Research has found that such planets may be more common, and much closer, than we think.
The Kepler space telescope has shown us that we live in a galaxy full of Earth-sized planets.
Can sleeping in a room full of plants can be dangerous? A common myth states that, at night, plants compete with people for oxygen!
When Neil Armstrong took his "one small step", the impression he made was lasting.
The horizon line can be a tricky thing to measure...
For billions of years, the Earth's only natural satellite has been bombarded with asteroids. Surely, it's been the target of space rocks in the past.