It may sound far-fetched, but humanity faces a major potential danger: someday, there might be a gigantic explosion on the sun.
If you are packing for a trip to the desert, would it be better to pack light or dark clothes?
Ever wonder why there are so many dead snakes in the road? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Bad news: The sun is going to burn out and life as we know it will be over. Good news: We've still got 5 billion years left.
As it turns out, life may not be limited to orbits around sun-like stars.
It's not as difficult as you might think to look into the past.
A recent discovery could allow us to affordably store energy from renewable sources such as the sun in batteries powered by rhubarb.
Rip tides have taken on mythical proportions as killer waves.
When looking at a picture of the sun, how could you tell whether or not it's rising or setting?
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.