Did you know it seems we're discovering a new exoplanet every week?
A Moment of Science looks at the many different moons in our solar system.
So, if the planet doesn't orbit a sun, can it still be called a planet?
Learn about gravity, stars, and really big lumps on this Moment of Science.
If you could see an alien planet from Earth, you wouldn't necessarily need to look for cities. You could just check for oxygen in the atmosphere.
Kepler’s Telescope has detected over 1200 possible planets. But this discovery is unique. Scientists found two planets in the same orbit in a system!
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Where did our planets come from?
Astronomers have found a planet with water known as HD 189733b.
Recently, scientists were able to revitalize a bacteria that's been dead for over 120,000 years! Are humans next?
It's time once more for the Science Hero Award, where we recognize someone from history who did terrific things to advance human understanding.