Research sheds new light on our hope of finding intelligent life across the galaxy.
Bright bursts of radio waves help astronomers locate a type of matter that researchers have been searching for for the past 30 years.
How does Pluto’s “beating heart” determine wind patterns on its surface?
NASA scientists using virtual reality technology are redefining our understanding about how our galaxy works.
The newly discovered auroral dunes appear as a green-tinged and even pattern of waves resembling a striped veil of clouds or dunes on a sandy beach.
The European Space Agency ESA opens an oxygen plant to produce oxygen out of Moon dust in the Netherlands
TOI 700 d is the first Earth-size habitable-zone world discovered by TESS.
By examining a wide selection of research works from the last two years, it was very clear that astronomers are using machine learning and AI as powerful discovery tools across a range of fields.
Image of the interacting galaxy pair NGC 5394/5 obtained with NSF’s National Optical-Infrared Astronomy Research Laboratory’s Gemini North 8-meter telescope on Hawai’i’s Maunakea using the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph in imaging mode.
Recent studies incorporating gamma-ray bursts have yielded interesting new results that cast doubt on the validity of the cosmological principle.
In 2014, scientists achieved the first ever soft landing on a comet, forever pushing the boundaries of space exploration.
Astronomers report the results of a decade-long observational study of the gamma-ray loud binary, HESS J0632+057.