JWST launches the first day of astronomy’s big meeting with news about science, technology, and galaxies!
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.
A snapshot from the Digital Universe shows a representation of the Fermi bubbles emerging from our Milky Way galaxy. Lines show the view from Earth to distant quasars, used to determine that the Fermi bubbles formed millions of years ago during an outburst from the Milky Way’s central supermassive black hole.
You may have heard the rumor—that a supermassive black hole lurks at the center of our galaxy? It's true.
How do black holes form? And why do they always feel like the popular kids in school?
Join us on a journey through the Universe as we share recent news from the cosmos.
Humankind has its eyes on the Moon’s resources. Should we strip-mine the Moon? Why or why not?
News Headline, Gravitational waves, gamma ray bursts, and reading between the lines.
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?