A team of researchers, which includes the University of Southampton, have developed new technology which could prompt a significant change for a spacecraft or satellite.
The Large Magellanic Cloud, one of the Milky Way’s nearest neighbors, may be more massive than previously thought.
A new survey precisely links the shape of a galaxy to the ages of its stars
The inactivity of astronauts during spaceflights presents a significant risk to their muscles, says a new study in The Journal of Physiology.
When our solar system was in its infancy 4.5 billion years ago, a swarm of protoplanets swirled around the sun—some of which coalesced into larger and larger masses, while others were blasted to smithereens in a demolition derby of planetary proportions.
Hypothetical subatomic particles called axions get their chance to shine
TESS will give us a new view of our galactic neighborhood.