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Meet “Bob,” the second Type Ia supernova in the galaxy since 2013
This pair is the tightest such binary identified in the Milky Way.
Could galaxies cause black hole formation in their neighbors?
Astronomers have spotted dust from some of the universe’s earliest supernovae, which are responsible for the elements in our Sun and solar system today. The answer is not Joni Mitchell.
The discovery of a runaway star in Hubble's image of the Orion Nebula suggests a stellar tussle ejected three stars 540 years ago.
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A new study of six young, star-forming galaxies suggests they have less dark matter than expected. But the results may say more about galaxy evolution than about the nature of dark matter.
Comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak begins its best showing of the year this week as it slingshots across the Big Dipper into circumpolar skies.
Winds that charge away from supermassive black holes at a fraction of the speed of light have long been mysterious and even contentious. Now, new evidence sheds light on their origins.
Cassini gave us a good look a Saturn's moon Pan last week... and what a strange world it is.
The strange bright deposits inside Occator crater on Ceres are probably from cryovolcanic eruptions that are much younger than the crater itself.
A recent study suggests a plausible mechanism to explain why observers sometimes hear superbright meteors at the same time that they see them.
The star with seven exoplanets puts out enough high-energy radiation to tear away the inner planets’ atmospheres in a few billion years.
On the night of March 4th, all you'll need are your eyes to watch the Moon occult Aldebaran. Better yet, place yourself on the graze line.
Still active today, the Association of Lunar & Planetary Observers and its journal got their start on March 1, 1947.