We're not sure whether or not it'll perform better than the F-22, but it definitely has better paint.
Russian paranoia pays off once again, as a security camera captures footage of the moment that a fragment of the Chelyabinsk meteor smashes into a lake.
The results are in after Russia's investigation into the Chelyabinsk meteor, and they don't paint a pretty picture.
Frog, much? The amphibious, Russian ADS assault rifle can alternate in air or water, no fins required!
The meteorite fragment is so large that they broke scale used to weigh it.
This aircraft doesn't exist yet, but when it does, it'll fire missiles at Mach 5.
Before the International Space Station, Mir, and Skylab, there was Salyut, humanity's first space station.
Hapless Russian beachgoers, prepare to be devoured.
In a move that could trouble environmental activists, Russia has announced plans to launch the world's first floating nuclear power plant.
Photographer Franco Banfi traveled 32 feet underwater with his colleague to get these surreal images.