The SOFIA observatory took to the skies to photograph the dense cloud of gas lit up by stars forming within
NASA’s airborne observatory has shown how galactic winds and magnetic fields could explain why the Cigar Galaxy is creating stars at an impressive rate
On 16 Sunday December, comet 46P/Wirtanen will make one of the 10 closest approaches of Earth in 70 years – and you may even be able to see it without a telescope
Magnetic fields have been seen to manipulate the material surrounding a black hole by observing the nearby galaxy Cygnus A
By using the stratospheric observatory SOFIA, researchers hope to see the birth of massive stars outside our Milky Way
With all that gas in the galactic nucleus, shouldn’t stars be made faster?
A planetary system suspected to be similar to our own has been found just 10.5 light years away
The strongest evidence yet that the formation of hefty stars follow a path similar to their lower-mass cousins has been found