We find out if these beautiful structures are made by the titanic explosion of massive stars
There’s plenty of it, so what shape do we think the universe is?
It’s a way of finding distant worlds, so how does it work?
Meet the stars that teach us something interesting about our own Sun
We find out if our universe came from the high gravity objects known as black holes
We’ve never been outside our galaxy, so how do we know what it looks like?
What can you expect if you visited these beautifully coloured regions of space?
Professor Robert Owen, of Oberlin College, USA, tells us why hunting for wormholes is so necessary
Hot or cold? Violent or calm? We take a look to see what conditions are like in this well-known nebula
A full on smashup or a near miss? We find out what happens to planets when their galaxies collide
We take a look at why such a feat can’t happen
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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?