In the spring of 2018, NASA’s TESS caught the first glimpse of possible planets orbiting the star LP 791-18. [...]

In astronomy, there are two exact measurements of the expansion of the universe, or “Hubble constant”. [...]

Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) are thermonuclear explosions from degenerate white dwarf stars that have been [...]

The bright X-ray bubbles in the galactic center provide an opportunity to understand the effects of feedback on [...]

Using its Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI), fitted to the end of its robotic arm, NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover [...]

Impulsive or helium-3-enriched solar energetic particle (SEP) events, characterized by helium-3 and ultraheavy [...]

The NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope has enabled another long-sought scientific breakthrough, this time for [...]

There have been several questions about how accretion disks form from plasma and other matter falling into a black [...]

Saturn’s rings are the brightest of the solar system’s four ring systems due to their near-new [...]

Between Feb. 28 and March 9, 2023, NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover, using its Mastcam-Z camera, captured the [...]