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New stars are born! NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured a new image of bright, baby stars peeking out of a "stellar nursery" — a cloud of dust where stars are born.
New, stunningly detailed images of the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds have the potential to revolutionize our understanding of the stars making up these two dwarf galaxies.
Here's a roundup of Montessori toys for the little ones in your life who love to learn and have fun while they're at it.
Little scientists will have a bundle of fun with science kits; they will try their hand at making a potato clock, learning to levitate a pencil, creating a test-tube sunset and more.
Attention, Lego fans! If you love aliens and UFOs, or spaceflight and sci-fi, we've got the perfect sets for you and your kids.
As families tuck into their couches to watch Charlie Brown's quest for the great pumpkin this Halloween, they may be surprised to hear that NASA has already discovered a "greater pumpkin."
Celestron's NexStar 130SLT computerized telescope is on sale for $333.16 for Amazon Prime Day 2020. That's 33% off its regular price.
Thanks to rising temperatures, glaciers in Greenland are melting faster than scientists previously thought — and a new NASA video shows how researchers are tracking the feet per day of changes.
A massive "hole" on the surface of the sun was spotted by NASA telescopes on May 17. Coronal holes produce strong solar winds that can cause problems for satellite communications.
The Red Rectangle is so named because of its strange shape and striking color. But this stellar nebula looks more like a cosmic "X" in this new image from Hubble.
NASA needs your help to bolster current earthquake detection technologies, and they’re offering $25,000 to the team that develops the best way to detect an oncoming quake.