We love a feisty deep space debate, and this one is hot.
And they're the next great astronomical hunt.
Another dazzling advancement in deep space photography.
How can a gaseous planet exist amidst intense radiation? Scientists aren't sure, but it does.
The most mysterious stuff in the universe could hold the very key to understanding it.
It could provide huge clues about the origins of our solar system.
Some people use it to make bread. These scientists are using it to study radiation.
The first image was stunning. The next pictures could look five times better.
These rock-and-roll stars live fast and die young.
And some of the remnants are still inside of us.
A new analysis casts doubt on the discovery of the first moon orbiting a planet in a different solar system.
Even if a planet is in the habitable zone, a young star can wreak havoc on its atmosphere.
Helium hydride has been hiding for 13 billion years. Scientists finally found it.
Researchers calculate that an asateroid from beyond our solar system burned up in the atmosphere in 2014.
NASA's TESS telescope was only launched a year ago, and is designed to find small Earth-sized exoplanets that may support life.
A picture that's worth a thousands "whoas."
A supermassive black hole has been revealed.