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Alexei Leonov, First Man to Walk in Space, Dies

The trailblazing Soviet-era cosmonaut was 85.

Saturn Is the New Moon King

And Jupiter is now in the second spot.

A Black Hole at the Edge of Our Solar System?

And get this: The thing could be smaller than a soccer ball.

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The Best Volcanoes in Our Solar System, Ranked
From Venus to Pluto, here's a ranking of the 10 coolest volcanoes in…
Here's What A Solar Eclipse Looks Like On Jupiter

A giant eyeball, basically.

Saturn Is Still Stunning

Not that there was ever any question. But hey, would you look at those rings?

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The Fastest Spacecraft Ever Zips Past the Sun for a Third Time

It's on a mission to reveal the sun's long-held secrets.

Ghost Particles Could Explain Just About Everything in the Universe

You might also know them by their other name: neutrinos.

Here's How Aliens Might See Earth

It looks a bit different from the pale blue dot.

Where Does the Oxygen in the Universe Come From, Exactly?

Scientists still don't quite understand. But they're getting closer.

Hey, What's Up With Jupiter's Great Red Spot?

We never know what that thing is doing up there.

A Meteor Slammed Into Jupiter So Hard We Saw It From Earth

And an amateur astronomer caught it on camera.

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This 'Big Red Ball' Can Replicate Solar Winds on Earth

From auroras to solar burps, there's a lot a mini-Sun can teach scientists.

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The Northern (and Southern) Lights Explained

Aurora Borealis and the Aurora Australis are the Earth's greatest natural light shows—here's how they work.

Enceladus's Ocean Could Be Just the Right Age For Harboring Life

This Saturnian moon has been around for billions of years, but its ocean might be only a billion years young.

Why NASA's Ambitious New Mission Is Heading to Titan

Beyond the mysterious haze, NASA is ready to answer some of the solar system's biggest questions.

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NASA Just Took a Breathtakingly Close Photo of This Asteroid

The image was captured a mere 0.4 miles from Bennu's surface.

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The Yellow Part of Jupiter's Watery Moon? That's Table Salt, NASA Says

Europa is absolutely covered with the stuff.

Welp, Now We Have 20,000 Potentially Dangerous Asteroids to Worry About

Even better news: There are probably a ton more that scientists haven't found yet.


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