Gemma Lavender gets to the bottom of this question for us.
Stars are a fundamental part to our universe, but what purpose do they serve?
The very first particles of light came from somewhere. We find out where
A previously unknown, extremely large supercluster located in the direction of the constellation Pisces, has been identified
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 study, which involves 13 galaxy clusters, explores the possibility that mysterious substance may be more ‘fuzzy’ than ‘cold’
Across the universe, galaxies are being killed and the question scientists want answered is, what’s killing them?
The lightest solid element in existence, plays an important role in our lives, both at the biological and the technological level
Over 60 new ‘space beacons’ from when cosmos was only a billion years old have been uncovered
A recent study suggests that matter might in fact survive its foray into these space objects and come out the other side
The universe would be a noisy place if it wasn’t a vacuum
Think you know everything about our Sun? Think again, as we discover in the latest issue of All About Space – on sale now!
From the largest stars to the smallest mote of dust, Carl Sagan helped popularise space like never before
A number of supermassive black holes, clouded from direct view by gas and dust, have been found
Despite its familiarity, our closest spiral galaxy still manages to amaze us
We take a look at the answer to this question
What would happen if the Moon exploded? Find out in issue 39 of All About Space – out now!
We take a look at the answer to this fascinating question
We find out which spacecraft will be the next big thing in our exploration of the universe
We find out if our universe came from the high gravity objects known as black holes