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Meet the pulsar that defies the laws of physics

Phenomena in space often defy our expectations and challenge everything we thought we knew about the cosmos, but blindingly bright pulsar ULX-1—the brightest and most distant pulsar currently known to exist—actually laughs at the laws of physics from 40 million light-years away.

We're finally going to find out what black holes look like. Sort of.

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.

Astronomy blasts into the future with gravitational wave detector Virgo

Joining forces with LIGO, the Virgo interferometer could help scientists make unprecedented discoveries.

NASA just got closer to figuring out where to land the Mars 2020 rover

Mars 2020 has had its potential landing sites narrowed down to three ... and life could have flourished in any one of them.

NASA wants YOU to find Planet Nine

Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 may make it possible for anyone to shed light on the impossible.

Could we be living in a holographic universe?

Theoretical physicists are determined to prove that holographic theory may unravel everything we recognize as reality.

NASA's Fermi Telescope reveals the sun has been hiding solar flares

Fermi has caught solar flares in the act of emitting gamma rays on the far side of the sun.

Extreme blazing blazars spotted by NASA's Fermi Gamma Ray Telescope

These faraway flashes of light could potentially offer more insight into the origin of supermassive black holes.

Eerie molecular hydrogen cloud found on Europa

NASA's Hubble Telescope has just demystified more about the Jovian moon's atmosphere.

Cosmic dust demystifies the origins of our solar system

Evidence of nuclear reactions has finally proven how the planets in our solar system emerged from a cloud of star stuff. 

Image of the Day: The Calabash Nebula

This almost unreal NASA/Hubble image actually shows a star gasping for its final breath.