Featured by Sarah Fecht
Humans have created 9.1 billion tons of plastic. Here’s how you can help stop the madness.
A new study shows just how much plastic junk we've made, and the numbers are grim.
Baby squirrels are less likely to die if they’re born early
If you’re an adorable red squirrel pup, it’s best to have a birthday in March.
Moon Express ‘lunar outpost’ looks gorgeous, but don’t get too excited yet
The company hopes to put robots on the moon’s South Pole by 2020
Sea spiders use their guts to pump oxygen through their freaky little bodies
Talk about having your heart in your stomach...
NASA will try to create glowing rainbow clouds, and you can watch
The colorful clouds should be visible from New York to North Carolina.
The surface of Mars is probably too toxic for bacteria to survive
But the search for life on the red planet isn't over yet.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft is about to peer into the depths of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot
We're getting our closest view ever of the 10,000-mile-wide storm.
Do probiotic deodorants really work?
We tested 6 brands, risking pit stains and smelliness, so you don’t have to.
NASA filled the sky with glowing blue and green clouds
It looks like a Fourth of July display, but it’s for science.
How to smile without looking like a creep, according to scientists
Researchers have tried to isolate the traits of a winning grin.