Forty-eight years since the first human walked on the Moon - busting the conspiracy theories.
It's impossible to say when an earthquake is going to strike. But the predictable patterns of aftershocks can help.
A bag containing traces of moon dust has sold for US$1.8m at auction following a galactic court battle.
US president's proposed budget cuts threaten to set back global climate science advances.
Price of Neil Armstrong's collection bag of moon dust expected to skyrocket at auction after a galactic court battle.
A $120 million drilling programme into the sea floor around New Zealand will help explain how the mostly underwater continent of Zealandia formed.
OPINION: A dammed river is a good source of hydro electricity. It can also be a good source of conflict.
It was like nothing Abel Mendez had ever encountered. A pulsing sound from an unassuming red dwarf star 11 light-years away.
Think globally, act locally – that's the mantra Kiwi children are living by, when it comes to saving the environment, as this wonderful video shows.
Fruitless search for MH370 lifts veil on remote Indian Ocean, where undersea mountains loom larger than Mt Everest.
Scientists are filling in the gaps of Auckland's temperamental volcanic past, but agree the rate of eruptions had increased.
A former US Air Force and Nasa engineer is halving his wage to inspire Kiwi secondary school students.
Nasa is allowing people to get a taste of what Pluto would be like with a new flyby video.
New Zealand fur seals have recovered so well that they might need to be culled.
The Arab States' blockade of Qatar is threatening the world's supply of helium, the gas used to blow up balloons.
Mathematicians are mourning as breast cancer claims the first woman to be awarded the prestigious Fields Medal.
Individually tailored treatment uses patients' revved-up immune cells to fight the disease
The long-lost bag, used to bring back the samples of the moon, is said to still contain traces of moon dust.
It's probably the smallest movie ever made. And it in some bacterial cells.
Flyby of the colossal, crimson storm on Jupiter yields impressive images.
GirlBoss is heading to the limits of space in NASA's flying observatory.
OPINION: She didn't know the chemical formula for water but became a fellow of the Royal Institute of Chemistry.
The Antarctic Peninsula is forever changed and an iceberg six times the size of Auckland is adrift.
The shallow 6.4 quake south of NZ struck on the spot where two huge plates collide.
Just one night of poor sleep is enough to trigger a spike in a brain chemical linked to Alzheimer's disease.
Nasa's Juno spacecraft has flown close to a 16,000-kilometre storm on Jupiter.
A landmark climate lawsuit against Trump is scheduled for trial next year. Here's what to expect, writes Chelsea Harvey.
How, when and why did New Zealand inherit so many unique animals and plants from the ancient continent?
Confined to home and unable to drive, Kelly Patchett knew she couldn't go on living the way she was.
British and Irish Lions doctor tells of up to 10 staff and 12 cameras all focused on identifying concussion.