Using a new definition of galaxy size, astronomers have uncovered new, exciting findings about how they formed and evolved.
Astronomers are discovering that the rate of star formation in the universe is dropping, and they want to know why.
An unexpected finding in the heart of the NGC 3182 galaxy led to an intriguing search for the origins of a ring of star-forming gas.
NASA has published the first five images from the James Webb Space Telescope, highlighting each of the key questions it will study.
New images of the Tarantula Nebula help us understand how intense star formation at its center impacts the rest of the nebula.
The first images of the environment around an energetic X-ray binary star could help expand our understanding of planet and star formation.
Strange behaviour in an isolated galaxy leads to the discovery of matter in a region of space previously thought to be empty.