Hubble captured stunning image of the Sombrero galaxy

It owes its name to its resemblance to the Mexican hat of the same name.

NASA planning to deorbit the International Space Station

The station will be deorbited in a controlled manner to avoid populated areas.

Carbon Source on Europa: Implications for Life?

Jupiter’s moon Europa is one of a handful of worlds in our Solar System that could potentially harbour conditions suitable for life. Previous research...

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe soared through one of the most powerful coronal mass ejections

Witnessing the massive solar eruption with Parker Solar Probe.

Methane, Carbon Dioxide in K2-18 b’s Atmosphere: A Discovery by JWST

A new investigation by an international team of astronomers using data from the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope into K2-18 b, an exoplanet 8.6...

Half of the glaciers vanish with 1.5 degrees of warming

The world's glaciers could lose as much as 40% of their mass by 2100.

NASA’s Swift spots a snacking black hole

Now, with this new ability, it’s doing even more cool science.

New Webb’s observations offer a clue on how a supernova develops over time

Webb reveals new structures within iconic supernova.

Astronomers observed a large dark spot in Neptune’s atmosphere

Using ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have observed a large dark spot in Neptune’s atmosphere, with an unexpectedly smaller bright spot adjacent to...

A giant black hole tore apart a massive star

Astronomers have made a thorough forensic study of a star when it ventured too close to a giant black hole.

Webb reveals intricate structures of the final stages of a dying star

Webb observations offers valuable insights into the formation and evolution of these objects.

Neptune is losing its clouds

Neptune's disappearing clouds linked to the solar cycle.

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