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.
Astronomers accurately predicted that the icy volcanic comet 29P would erupt after noticing changes in its brightness leading up to its latest explosion.
The spectacular Saturn-moon conjunction will happen just before sunrise in the east and can be seen from April 15 to 17.
Astronomers have a plan for using ripples in space-time to hunt for elusive intermediate-mass black holes around the Milky Way's center.
Researchers were able to replicate how solar flares form by creating banana-sized loops of plasma in a lab. The results show that the mini flares are an excellent proxy for studying the real things.
Astronomers have used machine learning to sharpen the 2019 Event Horizon Telescope image of the black hole M87*, the first direct image of a black hole ever taken.
The European Space Agency is sending a probe called JUICE to Jupiter's moons — and we've got all the info you need to watch the launch.
A rare double quasar system 10 billion light-years away could help astronomers uncover the secrets of the early universe.
New James Webb Space Telescope images reveal the grisly past of Cassiopeia A, the youngest known supernova remnant in the Milky Way.
A bizarre 'ultraluminous X-ray source' shines millions of times brighter than the sun, breaking a physical law called the Eddington limit, a new study finds.
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