Life on Jupiter? 
The Hubble Space Telescope captured images of water vapor shooting from the southern pole of Europa, Jupiter’s ice-covered moon.

Life on Jupiter?

The Hubble Space Telescope captured images of water vapor shooting from the southern pole of Europa, Jupiter’s ice-covered moon.

One time on NewsHour, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson gave a lesson on asteroids…using his tie.
Yea. That happened.

One time on NewsHour, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson gave a lesson on asteroids…using his tie.

Yea. That happened.

MAVEN hopes to answer the mystery of Mars’ missing atmosphere.
WATCH its launch at 1:20 pm ET here.

MAVEN hopes to answer the mystery of Mars’ missing atmosphere.

WATCH its launch at 1:20 pm ET here.

Astronaut Chris Hadfield on what space smells like, how he dreamt in weightlessness, and his real thoughts on the movie “Gravity.”

-Astronaut Chris Hadfield shares his most profound realization of our planet while he was in space.
Chronic tinnitus affects millions of Americans. It’s the most widely reported disability among veterans (even more so than PTSD) and 2 million have it to a degree so severe, it’s debilitating.
Do you have it?

Chronic tinnitus affects millions of Americans. It’s the most widely reported disability among veterans (even more so than PTSD) and 2 million have it to a degree so severe, it’s debilitating.

Do you have it?

Is an AIDS-free generation on the horizon?

Not without the help of prostitutes like Hawa Abdallah. She knows how HIV spreads, she is tested regularly and she’s confident enough to insist that her customers use condoms every time.

Learn more about her life in Tanzania and the country’s HIV rebound.

36 years since its release, the Star Wars blooper reel has been found.

You can all rest easy now. 

At first glance, comparing a 36-year-old, one-ton spacecraft hurtling through interstellar space at about 37,075 miles per hour to the realities of planning for our long-term care needs seems … odd. But the more we thought about it, the more it made sense.
Learn what the Voyager program can teach you about your future.

At first glance, comparing a 36-year-old, one-ton spacecraft hurtling through interstellar space at about 37,075 miles per hour to the realities of planning for our long-term care needs seems … odd. But the more we thought about it, the more it made sense.

Learn what the Voyager program can teach you about your future.