Exploring the ice moons of Jupiter will be one of Europe's most ambitious space missions ever. Europe's mission to Jupiter's icy moons is now ready for launch.
Our Earth was visited by a rare space traveler that came from edge of Solar System. The fireball had mysteries that would likely revolutionize our knowledge of our Solar System's formation.
Alien minerals were found on a 15-ton meteorite that crashed in Africa. The two novel minerals were uncovered on the first day the sample was tested.
A Black hole ripped apart a star emitting flash equivalent to the light of more than 1000 trillion suns. This marked the first time such a jet was observed in the visible light region of the electromagnetic spectrum, also referred as the optical wavelength.
In an interview with the BBC, NASA official Howard Hu said humans might live on the moon this decade if the present Artemis mission was successful.
Dr. Richard Brown of the UK's National Physical Laboratory recommended new prefixes, which were motivated by the demands of the tech sector. As a result, the new weight of Earth has been revealed.
Dynamical interactions between black holes are thought to be extremely rare, and the gravitational wave data obtained so far by LIGO and Virgo would appear to support this. Nevertheless, two black holes met by chance, and it created something never seen before.
A series of topography maps that was just published offers new proof that Mars formerly had a northern ocean. The evidence of ancient ocean found on Mars, indicate that the planet may have once been hospitable.
Researchers have struggled to explain the moon's formation. A new idea argues that the moon was created within hours, not centuries.
A recent study in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society has come up with a model that could locate stellar relics like stellar black holes even though we haven't detected enough of them to produce an observed map of their general location. They also said that our Galaxy could be evaporating as they try to flee the Milky Way.