Tune into Discovery Channel and use this companion discussion guide to spark meaningful conversation about the next era of space flight.
Ahead of the historic May 27th NASA and SpaceX manned space launch, test your space exploration knowledge!
In modern medicine there are multiple uses for fungi in developing life-saving treatments and health supplements. Did you know medicinal mushrooms are a rich source of compounds to cure disease?
Detailed planning and test after test do not always mean smooth sailing in space flight.
How bioprinting, the medical equivilent of 3D printing can revolutionize organ donation and beyond.
The fourth largest piece of space debris ever re-entered the earth's atmosphere yesterday and made a splash just off the coast of Africa. Narrowly missing some major landmarks in its path, this piece of a rocket could have caused some major damage.
Whether you can see it from home or stream it online, here are some of May's wonderous celestial events.
We are spending more time looking at screens than ever, and those screens emit blue light. What is "blue light" and what does it do to your sleep cycle?
The Super Flower Moon of May is this year's last supermoon, when the Moon appears slightly larger and brighter in the sky because it is somewhat closer to Earth. Here's everything you need to know and how to watch it from home.
Being stuck at home doesn’t mean that learning stops. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Here are 9 projects that inspire curiosity for kids of all ages.
The previously leaked videos have been declassified and confirmed to be real by the Pentagon. Science Channel's BLACK FILES DECLASSIFIED host Mike Baker talks us through these "unidentified objects" that were sighted.
The world is currently locked in the grip of the deadly novel coronavirus. Around the globe, schools are closed, businesses are shuttered, and families are staying home as much as possible in order to curb the spread of the disease.
A sunken underwater forest in US coastal waters is still positively teeming with life and may even hold the key to sustaining humanity.
Since 1970, folks from around the world have gathered together to celebrate Earth Day, an appreciation for all the good stuff we’ve got here on the Earth – and a reminder to try not to mess it up. But what’s so special about the Earth, anyway?
Greetings Earthlings! Astronomers from Lowell Observatory discuss the iconic Pale Blue Dot shot of the Earth and other Earth-like planets.