They both contain stars but what’s the difference?
Can you venture into a black hole and live to tell the tale?
Can planets withstand the violence at the centre of a galaxy?
Planets, stars or something entirely different? We take a look to see what brown dwarfs are
Often found around a star or black hole, we find out what an accretion disc is
They’re bright and they’re violent but what else do we know about these stellar explosions?
We find out if the cosmos is hotting up or cooling down
We know that stars die, so is it possible for a galaxy to pass on too?
Are Seyfert galaxies just like normal galaxies?
One supernova explosion is enough to pack a punch, but can two go off at the same time?
Is it possible for life to exist around massive stars?
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We take a look at what would happen if we were able to somehow touch the elusive 25 per cent of the universe
We find out what happens when a star uses up all of its fuel
Read on for some fast facts about our Sun’s closest star
Sophie Allan from the National Space Centre takes a look at this question for us
Dr. René Heller chats to us about exomoons and the probability of them supporting life
Visible light, infrared radiation and X-rays come together to reveal the beautiful inner workings of the Eagle nebula
We take a look at why the universe is mapped in such a shape
This space object seems to have perfect symmetry. We take a look to find out why
We’re able to detect them but is it possible to figure out the colours of the distant worlds we find?