Meet Narwhal, an adorable pup with two tails. But how did this anomaly happen? Read on to learn more.
Currently Voyager 2 is about 11 billion miles from the Earth, and has been traveling at speeds of tens of thousands of miles per hour since its launch in 1977. Read more to see where it is now and what we've learned.
Penguins swim with speed and grace, but on land, they're an adorable mess, heaving their portly bodies to and fro to shuffle one stubby little leg in front of the other. Well, don't be so quick to judge; that cartoonish walk is actually among the most efficient in the animal kingdom. It's even more efficient than yours.
Dogor may have died 18,000 years ago, but his body has remained perfectly preserved — all-the-way down to the whiskers.
There’s a reason for your post-Thanksgiving-meal “itis,” but don’t blame it on the turkey.
Here's everything you need to know about biofuels and how can they provide renewable energy. Read on.
Sweater weather is here, along with the color of autumn's changing leaves. But where do those warm colors come from? It all comes down to Chemistry. Read on.
Through the use of cutting-edge instruments, scientists finally have the opportunity to probe deep beneath the surface and ascertain exactly how the terrestrial planet formed.
Scientists have pinpointed the energy limit fo the human body--basically, the maximum mileage we can get out of the tank. The takeaway? Pregnancy isn't that different from an ultra marathon. Read on to learn more about how your body burns energy.
Science Channel is set to ring-in the New Year with a BANG!
Apollo 12, the second manned mission to land on the Moon was anything but predictable. Here’s a look back at what happened 50 years ago today.
Find out what the optimal sleeping temperatures are on Discovery.com.
Today, from 7:35 am to 1:04 pm ET, Mercury lined up with the sun, which is called a transit. But what does this mean? Why is it rare? Read on.
Happy National STEM/STEAM Day! Here are fun and easy ways to inspire the next generation of budding innovators.
Two cataclysms become one.