The latest headlines from around the cosmos.
From todays AAS meeting: “IceCube was built as a discovery instrument… Now we know what we’re looking for.”
The connection between disks and planet formation continues to expand as astronomers view them in new detail.
Screwball giant planets and ravenous stars kick off this week’s gathering of professional astronomers.
I can’t help imagining brown dwarfs as having an identity crisis. And two announcements today did not help them.
Even water needs sunscreen when the stars are this close.
We're well-protected from solar radiation. But what about life on other planets and moons? Could it survive?
Could we use space debris to find technologically advanced life on other planets?
The dark streaks on Mars may have no equivalent on Earth.
In water, cosmic rays break the speed limit and reveal their origins…
As we say farewell to Cassini, we reflect on many of the storms its observed.