Wednesday was a big morning for astronomers.
Happy birthday to the best space telescope ever! Love, PopSci.
He was excited to test his new camera, but he also captured something totally unique.
In the December 1980 issue of Popular Science, a 38-year-old theoretical physicist answers the ultimate question about the universe.
Observatories all over the world caught a new kind of collision.
A gallery of photos, visualizations, and other pictures of outer space.
Scientists just switched on the Event Horizon Telescope
Otherworldly desktop backgrounds.
In our galaxy, but still far, far away
The ghost of stars past
Teach a computer to see and it'll work for a lifetime
Introducing the High-Definition Space Telescope
A Gallery Of Photos Curated By The Person Who Made Most Of Them
Short answer: They create a beautiful swirling mess.
Andromeda in high-def
When the stars align, you can zoom way in.
It contains a whopping 665 million pixels.
A rare galaxy formation gives glimpses into the early universe
The Large Magellanic Cloud isn't just a pretty satellite galaxy—it's also a future threat.
Where have they been hiding?
Spaceman documents Mike Massimino's unlikely journey from fire inspector's son to elite astronaut
55 million light years away
The top 7 explanations for the star's weird behavior, ranked roughly in order of plausibility
It's just plane confusing.