Just like Newton's theory of gravity — with a few added dimensions.
The debris, catalogued as WT1190F, is not the only space visitor being watched this week.
First scientific paper from NASA's New Horizons mission raises "fantastic" questions.
The first scientific paper on NASA's New Horizons flyby of Pluto raises far more questions than it answers.
For Matt Damon's movie, he should have gotten some advice from UA's space agriculturalist, too.
Xtronaut was created by the chief of the UA-led mission to asteroid Bennu.
Further investigation of UA researchers' claims offers proof of seasonally flowing water on or near its surface
The finding has significant links to the University of Arizona.
Coming soon: A robotically operated imager that removes atmospheric distortions.
NASA's latest black-and-white images of Pluto, backlit by the sun, add some texture to the planet we're just beginning to know 85 years after its discovery.
NASA mission incorporates music, comedy, art and acrobatics in public outreach.
A NASA grant to build a miniaturized spacecraft could be part of a big future for Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration.
Reader opinions on bighorn project, graphene power source, Obama in Alaska.
Tim Hunter's guide to the supermoon.
Cameras are for NASA's OSIRIS-REx.
Topo maps of Ceres reveal it to be totally 'groovy.'
The world got its first close-up view of Pluto as NASA's New Horizons spacecraft transmitted pictures from 3 billion miles away. The spacecraft, the size of a baby grand piano, started its journey to Pluto more than nine years ago.
Director awed by images and by honor NASA bestowed on its discoverer.
Lowell Observatory Director Jeffrey Hall was floored by the latest images from Pluto.