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solar system

Captured by the GREGOR telescope in Spain, the high-resolution pictures offer a new glimpse at the sun's magnetic field.
You won't need a telescope to get some incredible views of our solar system's largest planet.
The New Scientist magazine popularised the term, but two astronomers have already named them “Submoons.”
Hearing that our solar system is pretty big probably doesn’t come as groundbreaking news. But now an animation has illustrated
On Nov. 14, skywatchers will be treated to a supermoon so big and bright that it’s being billed as a “super-dupermoon” or
The discovery could hasten the search for alien life.
Black hole physics, nano technology, algae stuff -- it's all happening down under.
NASA's Curiosity Rover snaps another great shot!