A suit a thousand times thinner than a human hair or more can help microscopic animals survive a harsh vacuum, such as would be the case in outer space, researchers say. Full story
The fifth grade class of Mather Heights Elementary School is on a mission. They're putting the finishing touches on their homemade science projects - housed in ping pong balls - before launching them to the edge of outer space. The class described their big ideas - in their own words - to NBC's Dian
Click through awe-inspiring pictures of spacewalkers, extraterrestrial views and other outer-space highlights from September 2012.
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Mira ObermanThis undated image released by Fermilab shows 4-mile (6.4-km) in circumference Tevatron accelerator which uses superconducting magnets chilled to minus 450 degrees Fahrenheit (-268C), as cold as outer space, to move particles at nearly the speed of light. The Fe
The YouTube Space Lab aims to get students thinking about outer space as their experimental sphere.
Gaze into the Helix Nebula's golden eye and see the other cosmic highlights of January 2012.