Have you ever noticed the Big Dipper in van Gogh’s Starry Night over the Rhone?
The first Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting within the habitable zone of another star has been confirmed. The new planet, dubbed Kepler-186f, was discovered using NASA’s Kepler telescope.
Vitamin B3 – a vitamin essential to metabolism – might have been made in space and delivered to Earth by meteorites.
New Hubble image shows objects ranging from cosmic near neighbors to objects seen in the early years of the universe.
The Lyrid meteor shower’s peak morning is April 22, but you might see meteors before that date since we’re crossing the Lyrid meteor stream from about April 16 to 25.
Astronomers have identified galaxies where a central black hole just disrupted and ‘ate’ a star. It’s like a black hole putting up a sign that says: Here I am.
Researchers say that exotic hadrons -particles made up of two quarks and two anti-quarks – actually exist.
Monday’s eclipse marks the beginning of a special eclipse series known as a tetrad – four total lunar eclipses in a row, with no partial eclipses in between. The next one is October 8.
A small icy object within the rings of Saturn might be a brand new moon in the process of being born.