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NASA’s powerful new space telescope will be named after Nancy Grace Roman — the agency’s first female executive, known as the ‘...
Nancy Grace Roman was told she couldn't do science. She became NASA's first woman executive and made the Hubble Space Telescope possible.
Astronomers just stitched together an unprecedented portrait of Jupiter in infrared — and realized its Great Red Spot is full of holes
Astronomers created a "weather satellite" by linking a Jupiter-orbiting spacecraft, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, and an observatory on Earth.
NASA created a search feature that allows you to look up photos taken by the Hubble Space Telescope on any given date.
This was a year of photographic firsts, from the very first image of a black hole to the world's first photo taken on the far side of the moon.
Because their hydrogen-helium atmospheres balloon out, these planets are nearly as big as Jupiter, but are 100 times less massive.
The Milky Way is on track to collide with the Andromeda galaxy in about 4 billion years. NASA images reveal what the night sky might look like.
The universe is expanding faster than scientists thought, a study confirms — a ‘crisis in cosmology’ that could require a ‘new...
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and new mirror technology confirmed a mystery that could lead to a "new physics," one astrophysicist said.
NASA’s Hubble space telescope just took incredible photos of a visiting comet from another star system
NASA also released a time-lapse video of the comet, 2I/Borisov, hurtling past the sun. The images show a halo of dust surrounding the alien object.
A huge explosion sliced through our galaxy just 3.5 million years ago, as human ancestors walked the Earth. Scientists think it was nuclear activity i...
NASA's Hubble telescope found traces of the explosion in a gas stream beyond the Milky Way, "dramatically" changing scientists' view of our galaxy.
A Hubble image shows the bands of Jupiter's atmosphere in intense colors and highlights the planet's signature — though shrinking — storm.