Within Pluto’s informally named Vega Terra region is a field of eye-catching craters that looks like a cluster of bright halos scattered across a dark landscape.
Studies lead to believe that Mars had more water than we originally believed.
Mike Brown: that’s where it is (maybe)
The ‘dust doughnut’ is a lot more interesting than normal space dust, for it surrounds a supermassive black hole.
A trip through the Galaxy, showing relative movement, and the planet’s paths over time.
The object, called WISEA J114724.10−204021.3, is thought to be an exceptionally low-mass “brown dwarf,” which is a star that lacked enough mass to burn nuclear fuel and glow like a star.
Getting the right positions to study solar flares and how current sheets work.
Star Gliese 832 holds a habitable planet in its solar system.
Today, scientists operating the High Altitude Water Cherenkov (HAWC) Gamma-ray Observatory released a new survey of the sky made from the highest energy gamma rays ever observed.