These cosmic creators, powered by dark matter, could be responsible for our existence, along with the appearance of today's universe.
Usually confined to the pages of science fiction, astronomers are starting to think wormholes through space-time might be real after all.
Space Mysteries: A fast radio burst was detected from within our galaxy for the first time. We may be closer to uncovering its origin.
Gaze upon the lunar surface tonight, and you’ll see where astronauts, rovers, and landers stepped onto another world.
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Understanding the 'undetectable' cosmos could lead to significant changes in some highly cherished theories about space-time.
Some of the most fascinating worlds in our cosmic neighborhood are not planets, but the moons that orbit around them.
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We look up today and see the stars divided into the same familiar shapes as our ancestors, but how did the constellations come to be?
To better understand the universe, we may need to kill off one of the most important theories of all time.
Space Mysteries: An international team of astronomers is on the hunt for objects that should be impossible.
Space Mysteries: Did an unidentified flying object really crash land at a New Mexico ranch in 1947, only to be hushed up by the government?
These violent openings are windows into the inner workings and origins of our neighboring planets and their moons.
The next era of our investigation of the cosmos is about to be kick-started by the Rubin Observatory, which is currently under construction in northern Chile.
Leading scientists have long pondered how matter gives rise to our subjective experience of reality and believe consciousness could even permeate space and time.