Thirty, flirty, and thriving!
‘Oumuamua sure looked like an oddball, but similar planetary tatters could be floating everywhere.
The traumatic event may also have seeded the gas giant’s many moons.
It happened back in 1986—but it could happen again.
In-orbit telescopes could help us image black holes like never before.
Astronomers will need additional software, new cameras, and a lot more money to cope with Starlink.
NASA unsticks its Martian digging probe by whacking it with a shovel.
What other kinds of wild star shapes are out there?
An interview with Ann Druyan and Brannon Braga.
Any microbes may have to forego membranes, or live underground.
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