Two years ago, a Google balloon launched to test the feasibility of delivering the Internet to people around the world achieved notoriety when it was identified as a UFO in Pike County, Kentucky.
Are we alone in the universe? The ultimate question of life beyond Earth and the solar system takes center stage in a science conference led by the Vatican Observatory and a University of Arizona...
A flying snake flattens out into a weird flying-saucer shape in order to get some extra airtime, new research suggests
Newly declassified documents reveal more detail about past use of the mysterious Nevada test site known as Area 51 and the concern for maintaining secrecy about the work done at the facility.
NASA's Mars Rover has captured the image of a rock that looks just like an iguana.
Astronauts on the International Space Station have beamed home photos of an eerie space cloud outside their orbital home, a strange sight apparently created by a recent missile launch.
Earlier this week a mysterious, glowing teardrop-shaped object was seen high in the sky above Phoenix. Was it a bird? Was it a plane? Or was it NASA?
On Monday morning, 220 or so miles about the Earth, NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy looked out the window to see a mysterious object drifting by. But this UFO didn't remain unidentified for long.
Google, it is cheekily said, knows everything even, apparently, the origin of an unidentified flying object (UFO)