Molten planets could hold clues as to how a planet eventually becomes habitable, much like Earth
We have the answer to this intriguing question
The first black hole image, announced in April 2019, received a sublime reception and everyone wants more
With their billions of stars, why don’t these giant structures light up the entirety of space?
Find out why there are no take-aways in space
The mysterious Kepler-1625b-i and its parent planet may once have been siblings
We find out what the space telescope can see from a far away galaxy
They’re at the core of a triple galaxy merger one billion light years from Earth
What could it be? Spiral? Elliptical? Lenticular? Or is there an outsider galaxy that is more common?
But who says the confirmation of alien life will come on Earth 2.0?
We define the meaning between these two descriptions of space
Astronomers predict that a black hole or neutron star could be the cause for this dramatic event
Unique experiments have shone a light on a new pathway for carbon chemistry to evolve in space
We take a look at what causes these stars to speed across the universe
The ‘Alopeke instrument has deciphered an exoplanet mystery to reveal Kepler-13b’s true form
This unusual orbit has not been seen before by any other exoplanet or planet within our own solar system
Researchers use these data to learn more about the physics of Cassiopeia A’s explosion and the expanding aftermath of the debris
Find out what would happen if antimatter were to come across one of the universe’s most exotic objects
This analysis has also revealed that the exoplanet LHS 3844b also does not have an atmosphere
Believe it or not, this long, luminous streak, speckled with bright blisters and pockets of material, is a structure like our Milky Way