The jets could play a crucial role in galaxy formation.
After decades of speculation, astronomers observed this new type of exploding star in realtime.
The moon is named for the sweet fruit, not its coloring.
The nearby star didn’t explode. But it did the next best thing: everything else.
That’s great news for astronomers.
It won't go quietly into the night.
Taking a good picture of our little satellite pal is harder than it seems, but a little prep makes a big difference.
Mid-sized exoplanets seem to only appear after shedding their atmospheres over billions of years.
With strength in numbers, the smallest galaxies may have completely transformed the early cosmos.
Explaining the latest lunar event.
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