If the universe is a seemingly endless desert, planet Earth is just a grain of sand.
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It's a moment that has been decades in the making. The launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, NASA's premier observatory of the next decade, is scheduled for December 18 from French Guiana.
The Perseverance rover took a well-deserved break in October during solar conjunction, but it's back to investigating intriguing rocks in Jezero Crater on Mars.
(CNN) -- It's quite a large to-do list.
A spectacle of light will shine Thursday evening as the South Taurid meteors shoot across the sky.
Scientists may have detected signs of a planet transiting a star outside of the Milky Way, in what could be the first planet ever to be discovered outside our galaxy.
Students will soon be able to attend The Barbra Streisand Institute at UCLA.
Venus may be a sweltering wasteland today, but scientists have questioned whether the planet was always so inhospitable. While previous studies suggested Venus might have once been covered in oceans, new research has found the opposite: Venus has likely never been able to support oceans.
As the fall season approaches and colder temperatures set in, there's a silver lining to look up to -- literally.
Our planet is wonderfully wild.