Space is a seemingly infinite world of wonder and discovery, filled with mysterious black holes, stunning solar flares, elusive exoplanets and countless cosmic oddities. Our team of expert science writers and editors are ready to hold a James Webb Space Telescope-size lens beyond Earth, keeping those on this planet up to date with the latest space news, articles and features.
A team of astronomers has used a tricky technique to study an ancient galaxy previously lost in the glare of a blazing quasar.
Astronomers have spotted a gigantic void they believe to be a baryon acoustic oscillation — a relic from when the universe was a fiery plasma soup.
A bright, yellowish spot in the morning sky is actually Mercury making a rare daytime appearance. Here's how to see it at its highest and brightest this week.
A rocket carrying a Space Force surveillance satellite may have created a hole in the ionosphere as it shot into space. The launch was carried out with just 27 hours' notice, which is a new record.
In the extreme hearts of neutron stars, fundamental particles are twisted into strange 'pasta' shapes that could reveal untold secrets about how dead stars evolve.
This striking composite shot of the lunar south pole appears in National Geographic Magazine's special space issue out on Sept. 19.
NASA's Parker Solar Probe plunged through a hellish coronal mass ejection (CME) to capture its mysterious swirlings on film.
New research suggests that the sun may hold dark matter in its fiery heart, and ghostly particles called neutrinos could lead us to it.
The winning images from the Royal Observatory Greenwich's 15th annual astrophotography contest will blow you away.
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