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Could fast radio bursts be powering alien starships? These scientists seem to think so.
With Astronomy Rewind, you could be in on the next big cosmic discovery.
CFBDSIR 2149-0403 may not be a flying saucer, scientists are baffled as to whether it is a planet or a star.
The presence of prebiotic organic compounds on Titan is slowly changing scientists’ idea of where life could possibly survive.
Science outshines magic when cosmic dust reveals secrets of the early universe.
Star clusters were thought to be made up only of orbs around the same age … until now.
While it doesn't seem to get much light, the TRAPPIST-1 system basks in potentially planet-destroying X-ray emissions.
What supermassive black holes spew could tell us more about galactic evolution.
Astronomers think they've found the answer to how space dust can mature into a massive planet.
What NASA’s Fermi telescope just saw might possibly shed light on the invisible.
Black holes have no light to show up on an image, but the Event Horizon Telescope will use radio telescope data to capture the first-ever photographic evidence of an event horizon.
Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 may make it possible for anyone to shed light on the impossible.
Want to know where the search for life in the universe stands? This is the man to ask.
Fermi has caught solar flares in the act of emitting gamma rays on the far side of the sun.
NASA's Hubble Telescope has just demystified more about the Jovian moon's atmosphere.