Some headline formats never get old.
It's not meant to remove what's already there, but to stop new trash from piling up.
Space: the final petri dish.
Maybe it was jumping for joy?
LAGER-z7OD1 is possibly one of the clusters that marked the end of the Dark Ages of the Universe.
We don’t know exactly how deep because our radar couldn't pierce through all of it.
The closest one should pass around the same distance the Moon orbits at.
When talking about planetary ring systems, Saturn and Jupiter likely spring to mind -- they are our closest ringed neighbors, ...
The first complete scan from the eROSITA mission shows a large structure emerging from the galactic center.
Cosmologists aren’t sure about how fast the universe expands and the mystery continues.
Betelgeuse didn't go boom, it just coughed a bit.
Status report: astronomers may have found a planet outside our galaxy, something that has never been done before.
This has been a tremendous month for discoveries on the inner planets.
Saturn's moon Enceladus features ice tectonics and subsurface liquid water.
Does this mean we can get a tan on a comet?
Up close and per-Sun-al.
Astronauts can see an almost 20% drop in sleep efficiency while off-world.
Science -- because you can't prove there's magnetic pastry in space any other way.
Why not start with a bang, eh?