NASA and Planetary Resources turn to crowdsourcing for detecting and identifying near-Earth objects.
Scientists determine that Earth’s risk of asteroid impact is higher than expected after studying Russian meteor explosion.
It's about time the UN made itself relevant by protecting all of us from incoming space rocks.
Asteroids may have seeded Earth with life, and a new theory explores how that could have happened.
It may not seem like it, but one of the most significant threats to human civilization is a massive asteroid impact, and suicidal spacecraft might be able to keep us safe.
A sequence of NASA radar images show that asteroid 1998 QE2, currently sailing past Earth, has its very own moon.
Sequester or not, NASA just got a presidential green light to lasso an asteroid.
If it was bigger or faster than the recent Russian meteorite, an incoming space rock could do much more than shatter windows.
"Duck and cover is not an option" says scientist.
Space mining company Planetary Resources has posted a video that illustrates the asteroid-packed nature of our solar system.