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Scientists can now examine exploding stars under a microscope

Researchers at MSU are re-creating rare isotope reactions from novae and supernovae on an infinitesimal scale.

Winston Churchill found it hard to believe we are alone in the universe

One of the 20th century's greatest figures was convinced other planets might harbor life.

Could we be living in a holographic universe?

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

Behold these 24 exquisite space models of exoplanets and exomoons

Check out this sensational photo series showcasing a galaxy of hand-crafted planetary models. 

This creepy fossilized insect literally started a new order

It may look like a bit like E.T., but the Cretaceous period relic known as A. burmanicus is alien in a totally different way.

See a storm of images from the world's most advanced weather satellite

Our Big Blue Marble is a turbulent place in these incredible global weather photos.

Why meteorites looked so different hundreds of millions of years ago
Jan 26, 2017

Meteorites got something of a facelift after one defining phenomenon, which could illuminate more about the evolution of our solar system.

What a Japanese spacecraft saw on Venus is literally a huge discovery
Jan 25, 2017

Incredible images just released from JAXA satellite Akatsuki reveal an epic gravity wave. 

Proposed space mission aims to brew beer on the moon
Jan 25, 2017

Will future moon colonists be able to kick back after a hard day of exploring and have a cold one?

Supermassive black holes might mean the end of the Milky Way
Jan 22, 2017

The Milky Way and Andromeda are on a collision course, and supermassive black holes could be the catalyst.

Theoretical Planet Nine may be our solar system's Rogue One
Jan 21, 2017

Astronomers are close to proving that a rogue planet really did break into our solar system. 

The military has just taken satellite backup underwater
Jan 20, 2017

While it's not 20,000 leagues under the sea, the military's underwater fiber-optic TUNA system will back up jammed satellites (we're looking at you, Russia).