Talk about a massive find!
Understanding these shockwaves are important for developing the new generation of supersonic planes.
We might need some new physics to explain how this is possible.
Hope it won’t get dizzy and stumble our way!
If you like it then you should have kept the rings on it.
Biology — it may literally be out of this world.
Helium was predicted to be one of the most common elements of exoplanets, but was only recently observed for the first time.
In all honesty, I’d wear a donut if I could get away with it, too.
It’s simply mesmerizing.
A massive breakthrough in astrophysics might enable us to finally determine the rate at which the universe expands.
The findings raise some interesting questions about these beautiful structures.
Dark matter makes up most of the universe — and we still don’t really know what it is.
The chances of it happening are pretty slim though.
We have no idea why this happens — but we do have hypotheses.
The galaxies date from the so-called cosmic Dark Ages.
What is being seen is that the universe is expanding faster nearby than we would expect based on more distant measurements.
It’s a planet — no, it’s a brown dwarf. No, it’s… both?
With a bit of help from NASA, you can now hear the sun’s roar — and it’s glorious.
Weighing without using a scale.