When all sun-like stars die in few tens of billion years, planets orbiting red dwarf stars might be the only options for life to take root on.
What does life need to do to survive till the end of stars in the Universe?
Can such a massive ring system even exist?
The creator of the renowned Palomar Transient Factory survey speaks about the unique value small telescopes have to offer in the age of billion-dollar …
A peek into the efforts to detect particles from exploding stars!
The discovery of these exoplanets defied what scientists considered possible for a planet.
How to determine how fast a black hole is spinning? Its X-ray outbursts will tell you.
Although astrometry is over 2,200 years old, it wasn't until 1807 when we truly realized just how far away stars really were.
K2–236b was discovered through a global, collaborative effort and can’t be celebrated as a completely indigenous one.