After almost a year of observing the gas giant, fascinating and complicated findings have been uncovered
With all that gas in the galactic nucleus, shouldn’t stars be made faster?
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Radio observations of Cygnus A show an unusual object near the centre, not shown in prior radio observations.
The orbital period of the TRAPPIST-1 system’s most remote planet, TRAPPIST-1h, has been uncovered
Australia’s ASKAP has already found a Fast Radio Burst (FRB), just days after the project began
All About Space caught up with the writer to find out more about his latest book, Into the Black – the gripping story of the Space Shuttle’s challenging maiden flight
Using the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), the first map of the large-scale structure of the universe has been created – based entirely on the positions of quasars
The pair reside in the frigid outskirts of our Solar System called the Kuiper Belt
Puffed-up planet KELT-11b could help astronomers understand the evolution of highly-inflated worlds
Using the SOAR telescope at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, astronomers have reported the discovery of a spectacular extended jet from a young brown dwarf
The winds on HAT-P-7b are changing significantly, helping us to understand the magnetic fields of heated gas planets
To be held in early September, you can now book your slot for a weekend full of stargazing
The pioneer of the sky created the catalogue of deep sky objects.
The outreach efforts will unite several communities, including prison inmates, girls and young women
Three detector systems for the Euclid mission, led by the European Space Agency, have been delivered to Europe for the spacecraft’s near-infrared instrument
As galaxies prepare to collide, their central black holes become concealed with gas and dust
A Caltech scientist has just figured out how gaseous oxygen is produced on Comet 67P, based on data collected by Rosetta’s Philae lander in 2014
Could it snow on Mars like it does on Earth?
The Galactic Empire did things the hard way by shooting materials from a planet as well as building it in space, according to a NASA engineer