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Meet the alien worlds capable of melting metal
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They’re not part of a planetary system, so how are these wandering worlds made?
We asked two experts this mind-bending question
We’re reminded of the defunct satellite that could tell us even more about the early Universe
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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
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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?
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.