Space flight between the stars will need a tremendous amount of energy – and we may be able to store it in a miniature black hole
For the first time ionised hydrogen has been detected at the lowest frequency ever towards the centre of our galaxy
Find out why stars come in different colours
Does one devour the other, or do they both co-exist? Find out the answer when stellar giants collide
We find out if this material is harbouring a reflection of the cosmos
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has discovered that two young stars forming from the same swirling protoplanetary disc could in fact be twins
Astronomer’s paradise or a light pollution hell? We reposition our Solar System to find out
The space telescope has ran out of the fuel needed to advance on its already-impressive nine years of service
Astronomers found hypervelocity stars racing toward the galactic centre, inferring they could have come from other galaxies
Savitskaya paved the way for female cosmonauts
How do we measure the brightness of objects in the night sky?
O, B, A, F and so on… What do they all mean?
Researchers have come up with a theory explaining why we see different radiation from the same star-destroying event
Stars are a fundamental part to our universe, but what purpose do they serve?
Where are the stars in various constellations located?
Analysis of over 800 galaxies shows that there is a relationship between a galaxy’s age and size
ESA’s Integral space observatory spotted X-rays emitted from a unusual binary star system
By adding these new constraints, astronomers should be able to differentiate between a large planet and a brown dwarf
A new study has shown that alien worlds tend to have shorter orbital periods when swinging around their metal-rich stellar parents
Astronomers hope to understand the elusive object that forms a bridge between stars and planets