Too big for a planet, too small for a star.
The findings could have important consequences for the prospect of finding alien life there.
It was around just 2.6 billion years after the Big Bang.
Legen — wait for it — science!
Seems like the brain of astronauts starts to float upward.
Trick or treat? I’m dressed as a habitable planet.
It’s not heat, but low pressure that drives this boiling.
Put the kettle on, we have a visitor.
You’ll feel very, very small after reading seeing this image.
It took a bit of creative tinkering, but significant progress has been reported.
The spacecraft’s legacy lives on.
He was one of the pioneers of studying solar activity.
Mars has an invisible magnetic tail and it might contribute to Martian atmospheric loss.
Building a moonbase in a lava tube. Doesn’t that sound awesome?
NASA just wins, can everyone stop with the fidget spinner videos now?
You can explore the solar system from the comfort of your home.
A ninth planet 10 times bigger than Earth might be lurking far away within the solar system.
No reason to worry, just an 8-ton space station crashing down on Earth.
This was an amazing week in science — with much more to come.
Groundbreaking data allows us to study carbon dioxide in unprecedented detail.