Meet a shimmering purple ribbon of plasma called Steve.
Another discovery that cements black holes’ fundamental role in the evolution of the universe.
A song of fire and water, on Mars.
The AIs are getting better and better.
It will have time to find just a couple more candidate exoplanets.
They’re after the Moby Dick of space.
Ceres doesn’t get as much love as Pluto, but perhaps it should.
Three of the newly-discovered planets are so-called super-Earths.
Regardless of their size, all galaxies that just as long to come full circle.
Space exploration made easy.
There’s no need to panic, but these aren’t exactly happy news.
Another audacious claim from quite possibly the boldest man on Earth.
The findings could lead to a new class of electronics like flexible LEDs.
All work and no food would make the colonists very sad. Also very, very dead.
It’s a trove of valuable data, but we’re still just scratching the surface.
Mars is still full of surprises.
It’s a completely unexpected discovery.
It uses air molecules as fuel to beat drag.
How were they able to hide for so long?
This odd world hundreds of light-years away could teach us about how planets in our solar system formed.