Astronaut Mary Cleave, the first woman to fly on a NASA shuttle following the devastating 1986 Challenger explosion, died on Monday, NASA announced on its website. She was 76.
The final full Moon of the year will light the sky around Christmas and the Geminid meteor shower peaks in mid-December.
The Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards were founded in 2015 to showcase "seriously funny" wildlife images. See this year's winners.
A remarkable event unfolded in Kenya's Samburu National Reserve as a rare set of twin elephants was born for the second time in less than two years.
Jawlene is continuing to adjust to life at Gatorland!
This man was pulled over with an unlikely passenger.
SpaceX is targeting Monday night to launch 23 Starlink satellites into space from Cape Canaveral.
In a quirky Thanksgiving incident in Maine, a mischievous fawn broke into a store, leaving a trail of chaos in its wake.
Known as the Beaver Moon, November’s full moon will reach peak illumination early next week.
The first egg was spotted Friday evening after eagles M-15 and F-23 landed in the nest made famous by the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam.
The International Space Station is celebrating its 25th year in orbit this week, but its time is running out.
It's a fact that people are living longer, but there is a select group of people who are in their 80s or above, but have the brain function of someone decades younger. Now, scientists want to know their secret to longevity, and an Arizona 'super ager' is helping their efforts.
Beaches in Brevard County are getting an $80 million makeover starting next week, thanks to the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and new funding sources.
A curious, and most likely hungry, bear destroyed the interior of a parked car after the owners left some Peanut M&M’s inside.
NASA’s Deep Space Optical Communications (DSOC) experiment beamed a near-infrared laser from nearly 10 million miles away to the Hale Telescope at Caltech’s Palomar Observatory in San Diego County, California.
On the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination, Ken Kremer, research scientist and founder/managing editor of Space UpClose, joins Good Day Orlando to discuss the former president's impact on the space program, space exploration and the Kennedy Space Center.
Central Florida is home to alligators, but crocodiles are known to make an appearance as well. An alligator can be relocated, but crocodiles are persistent and will return back to the area.
Facing 90-degree-plus water temperatures, scientists evacuated thousands of stressed and dying corals. They worked against the clock and coral bleaching. Four weeks ago, researchers with Mote Marine Laboratory began the process of returning 7,000 corals to underwater nurseries.
The James Webb Space Telescope helped astronomers discovered a massive star about 30 times the mass of our Sun within the Milky Way's star-forming region Sagittarius C.