The White House has responded to 34,400 citizens' call to build a Death Star, and unfortunately, the answer is an unequivocal no - but they do have a list of scientific advances to share.
The speed of gravity is still an ongoing debate. Einstein's version of relativity may be broken beyond repair.
On August 31 a blue moon will be visible in the night sky, but a blue moon might not be what you think it is.
SpaceX's launch should be celebrated not as a triumph of free markets, but what private industry and government can accomplish when working together.
The 1967 Outer Space Treaty prevents governments from laying claim to celestial bodies, but not private companies.
An 11-ton meteor fell in Russia Friday, at a speed of at least 33,000 mph, shattering about 18-32 miles above ground and injuring 900 people in the Ural Mountains region. Watch the video.
A 150-feet asteroid that could wipe out New York City with the energy of 185 Hiroshima bombs will miss us a day after Valentine's Day. So we're safe ... for now.
Even though SpaceX is a private entity, the benefits can only transfer over to governmental use in time.