Even before it actually started doing science, TESS sent back awesome footage of a passing comet.
It’s a planet — no, it’s a brown dwarf. No, it’s… both?
Color me impressed!
Weighing without using a scale.
There’s a good chance life is thriving on alien moons.
A story of “crash boom bang” around Saturn, with a pasta topping.
It’s the hungriest thing we’ve ever seen.
How did it get there?
I’ve never given up on you, Pluto.
A cloudless exoplanet has become a benchmark for astronomers to gauge sodium content in alien worlds.
This would allow us to gain a new understanding of extraterrestrial life.
A great partnership for a great goal.
It’s quite possibly one of the most massive objects in the universe.
A Chinese garden on the Moon — it almost sounds too crazy to be true.
NASA’s future planet hunter has arrived — and it’s set for glory.
A trio of beautiful, and very useful images.
The best kind of ring there is.
For the first time, astronomers have managed to confirm the existence of a black hole population surrounding the core of our galaxy.
It’s a small chance, but having a small chance of something wiping out all of life on a planet still seems like too much.
Looks like we can expect more gravitational waves in the near future.