There are dark and massive fields of sand dunes on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan, and this week two scientific papers look at how they came to be.
How can a guineafowl, two million poppy seeds and an x-ray machine help scientists understand how the dinosuars walked?
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is awake and doing fine.
Scientists say that a series of marks carved onto a freshwater clam shell represent the earliest known engravings made by a human ancestor.
It's a 500-year-old missing persons case, and researchers say it has now been solved, definitively.
In the slippery tide pools of San Pedro’s Point Fermin, there are sticky green sea anemone, hard-shelled limpets, barnacles shaped like mini-volcanoes and even small octopuses hiding between gaps in the rocks.
Turkey vultures are amazing animals, and, lets face it, pretty disgusting.
The Philae lander's precise location remains a mystery more than a week after it touched down on a comet, but now science detectives say they are getting closer to figuring out exactly where it ended up.