Astronomers have identified a runaway star travelling at an incredible 6 million kilometres per hour, ejected by the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy 5 million years...
The mystery of how complex carbon molecules--buckyballs-- came to be detected in interstellar space may have been solved.
In smaller galaxies, large-scale winds from active black holes could hinder the formation of stars.
It's exciting to see exoplanet research being awarded with a Nobel Prize.
It's a space-time-bender!
Clues pointing towards a volcanically active exomoon hidden outside our solar system — a violent and dangerous world — have been discovered by astronomers.
We still don't know what dark energy *is*, but we found out another thing it isn't.
Worlds with a fluorescent glow may indicate signs of alien life.
The James Webb telescope will be a game changer.
Baby planet, doo doo doo doo doo doo...
Two-thousand processors simulated more than 8 million universes and countless galaxies.
The wealth of newly discovered ancient galaxies suggests that scientists may have to refine their model of the universe.
Let's find the missing black holes!
A brave star and a supermassive black hole confirm Einstein's theory of general relativity.
The new study explains why our galaxy doesn't travel with the expansion of the universe.
They were much brighter than they were supposed to be.
Which means we might need new physics to explain the observation.
The data taught us a lot about how weather works on gas giants.
It also met a lot of asteroids it still hangs around with.
Talk about a massive find!