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Learn more about near-Earth objects and ask any asteroid questions you have!
This puzzling object is the wrong shape for its type.
New research suggests that an Earth or Mars-sized world is shaping the Kuiper Belt.
The HiRISE camera caught a picture of the rover as it made its way across Mars.
Like a flame to a candle, HOPS 108 is not burning bright thanks to its big sister.
The final catalog could double the number of known habitable exoplanets if confirmed.
Mount Graham, home to the Large Binocular Telescope, is in danger.
Dennis di Cicco interviews several vendors about their newest products — watch and find out full details on new lines of astronomy equipment.
Following the release of the 2018 budget, the space agency has ordered an “orderly closeout” for the Asteroid Redirect program.
Direct imaging of exoplanets was once only possible for the brightest of planets orbiting the dimmest of stars — but improving technology is turning this into an increasingly powerful technique. In a new study, direct-imaging observations of the Jupiter-like exoplanet 51 Eridani b provide tantalizing clues about its atmosphere.
Are astronomers being misled about a possible ninth planet by the quirky alignment of orbits that they’re finding in the distant Kuiper Belt?
With two months to go until the total solar eclipse on August 21, it's time to get planning — if you haven't already!
Citizen scientists have discovered a brown dwarf 100 light-years from the Sun, and more finds are sure to come from the Backyard Worlds citizen-science project.
A sparse galactic neighborhood could clear up certain problems with our understanding of the universe.
The most comprehensive and detailed exoplanet catalog released yet marks the end of an era for Kepler, the planet-hunting telescope.
China's Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT) headed to orbit this past weekend.
At what point does a clump of gas ignite, turning into a star? Astronomers now have an answer to what makes a star — and what makes a brown dwarf.