The single-degenerate (SD) model is one of the leading models for the progenitors of Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia). [...]

Gamma-ray bursts are the most luminous explosions in the universe. They are classified as either short or long, [...]

Several satellite galaxies orbiting the Milky Way show a bizarre alignment. They appear to be positioned on a [...]

The cosmic optical background (COB) — the sum of light emitted by stars beyond the Milky Way over the history of [...]

Multiplanetary systems are especially valuable because they shared the same host star and were formed by the same [...]

Stars in the final stages of stellar development are known as red giants. They burn the hydrogen in the [...]

The optical morphology of galaxies is strongly related to the galactic environment, with the fraction of [...]

Many stars start their lives in open star clusters. This makes open star clusters valuable to astronomers [...]

Scientists using NASA’s Hubble and the retired Spitzer space telescopes observed two exoplanets orbiting a [...]

Dust devils (convective vortices laden with dust) are common on the Martian surface, particularly in the Jezero [...]