A new world has been found, bumping the Kepler-90 system up to eight planets
This amazing spectacle helps astronomers understand how stellar youngsters affect their gaseous and dusty environments
NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory has imaged the intricate and energetic features within the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A
NASA’s Juno spacecraft has peered through the clouds of the gas giant to reveal more detail about the planet’s famous storm
An instrument package to help monitor the planet’s climate is now set for launch on 12 December
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The supermassive object was observed just 680 million years after the Big Bang
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While measuring the physical characteristics of K2-18b, a neighbouring planet was discovered in the process
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Computer modelling has shown a scenario that accounts for the surface subduction in the Jovian moon’s plate tectonics
NASA’s farthest and fastest spacecraft is the only human-made object that has reached beyond the comfort of our Solar System
Australia’s new radio telescope has revealed the complexity of the Small Magellanic Cloud’s structure
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In just a few years, one of the space agency’s next big missions will be flying to the Red Planet
The results provide more valuable evidence in support of our current model of the universe
Since astronomers first measured the size of an extrasolar planet 17 years ago, they have struggled to answer the question: how did the largest planets get to be so large?
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Members of the imaging team behind the spacecraft have created this magnificent mosaic image of Saturn, taken just days before the mission’s end
As dark streaky features extend down the Red Planet’s slopes, scientists now believe it is due to the movement of sand grains and not subsurface water