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'It will be a very dramatic change in the sky.'
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She used galaxies’ rotations to discover the first direct evidence of dark matter in the 1970s while working at the Carnegie Institution in Washington.
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The "greening" effect has helped slow the rise of CO2 in the air -- but researchers warn it's only temporary.
Radio image by Natasha Hurley-Walker/ICRAR/Curtin and the GLEAM Team. MWA tile and landscape by Dr. John Goldsmith/Celestial Visions
On Nov. 14, skywatchers will be treated to a supermoon so big and bright that it's being billed as a "super-dupermoon" or an "extra-supermoon." Supermoons aren't especially uncommon, but this will be...
Benjamin Winkel and the HI4PI collaboration
Maybe you've always wondered what the universe would look like if you could see radio waves ― or maybe not. Either way, you'll be wowed by this extraordinary new view of the cosmos as seen by the Murc...
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This spectacular view of the Milky Way reveals a detailed map of hydrogen gas in and around our home galaxy. Improving on earlier maps of its kind, the new atlas ― dubbed HI4PI ― reveals the fine deta...
With at least 100 billion planets in the Milky Way, you'd think at least one would have produced a race of intelligent alien beings. So how come we've never seen signs of space aliens even after decad...
Jarring new study shows it's tough for women to get telescope time.
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Is it aliens? We have questions.
The 2.6 Trillion Dollar Rock You know Titanic was big, but how does the iconic ship compare in size to a modern aircraft carrier? And that scary Death Star: if it were real instead of only make-beli...
'It’s as though the black hole has cleaned its room by throwing flames.'