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The world's largest telescope could be built on sacred Hawaiian land, but activists and natives are protesting construction by blocking the roads.
Dead planets can ‘broadcast’ for up to a billion years, and they could tell astronomers what will happen after our sun blows up
Finding dead planets' radio broadcasts can help scientists learn how the sun's death in 5 billion years will affect our solar system.
Astronomers have discovered a potentially habitable world just 31 light-years away, thanks to NASA’s planet-hunting telescope
TESS, a space telescope searching for alien worlds, helped astronomers discover a potentially watery new planet. It's one of the nearest known worlds.
NASA’s newest planet-hunting telescope just discovered a ‘super-Earth’ and 2 ‘sub-Neptunes’ less than 75 light-years awa...
TESS, the space telescope searching for alien worlds, has discovered three nearby exoplanets that could offer clues about how planets form.
A stunning ‘Manhattanhenge’ sunset is happening on Friday and Saturday in New York City. Here’s how to see it.
The sun will dip perfectly between buildings in Manhattan to create a spectacle of light on Friday, July 12, and Saturday, July 13, 2019.
An incredible new animation shows where, when, and how astronomers found 4,000 planets beyond our solar system
Since 1992, astronomers have discovered thousands of new worlds in deep space, and some may be habitable. A new YouTube video celebrates that feat.
Jupiter, Saturn and the moon will align in a rare phenomenon from June 14 to 19 – here’s when you can see it in Singapore
The phenomenon will take place while the moon is in its "waxing gibbous" phase and can be best viewed after 11pm, said Science Centre Singapore.
‘No image will surpass this’: Hubble telescope astronomers created a stunning picture of the deep universe with 16 years’ worth of p...
Researchers estimate the Hubble Space Telescope image includes 265,000 galaxies, some of which appear as they existed 13.3 billion years ago.
A photographer recorded Saturn ‘touching’ the moon with his smartphone, and the pictures are stunning
Grant Petersen of South Africa spent months preparing to photograph the conjunction of the moon and Saturn using a Galaxy S8 phone and a telescope.
Scientists just released the first-ever photograph of a black hole. Some people think it looks like a ‘smudge on the lens.’
Scientists from 40 nations who worked for around 13 years to get the first-ever image of a black hole, which is larger than our solar system.