How do we know for sure that this distant world is an exoplanet and not a comet or an asteroid?
Could black holes be a factory for unusual material at their hearts?
If you thought one was enough, scientists believe that some black holes pair up. Find out 5 facts about double black holes here.
They might be devoid of water, but they could be rich in diamonds. Meet the extremely alien carbon worlds
Dr. Mark Reid gives his stellar answer to our burning question
There are three possible fates, but which one will the universe choose?
IC 1805 – The Heart & Soul nebula – photographic proof that space loves stargazers back
What is exoplanet GJ 504 b and why is is confusing astronomers?
The answer will probably surprise you!
5 Amazing facts about these stellar twins
Why does light appear to curve in the universe?
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Never-before-seen details of starburst galaxy M82 could point the way to understanding more about how stars form.
An unfamiliar region of one of our closest neighbours – the Large Magellanic Cloud – has been imaged for the very first time.
See the iconic videogame character that has been immortalised by the stars
How gravity can hold two massive objects together.
With Voyager 1 now officially bearing the mantle of humanity’s first interstellar explorer, we take a look at some facts about what’s actually between stars and galaxies.
What do we know about these rather intense gravitational regions?
Are these dense objects scattered throughout the universe?
Do things crash together or is it more serene?
Could there be many different universes, rather than just one?