Reference The Large Hadron Collider is the world's biggest particle accelerator. It's located at the European particle physics laboratory CERN, near Geneva, Switzerland.
Reference Space weather refers to conditions in the region of space that is affected by the sun. It is tricky to predict and can wreak havoc on the technological world.
Reference The Carrington Event took place in September 1859 and is one of history's largest solar storms. Events like this can wreak havoc on our technological world.
Reference A quick overview of different sounds in space from other planets, as recorded by spacecraft and radio telescopes on Earth.
Reference New exoplanet discoveries have changed what we understand about the universe and now astronomers are finding alien worlds all the time.
Reference All about the Planck time: where it came from, what it is, and what it might reveal about the way the universe works
Black holes may sound like science fiction, but there is significant evidence to prove they are real.
Some of Hawking's theories revolutionized the way we view the universe, but others still leave scientists scratching their heads.
A high-altitude balloon mission would investigate a controversial way to reduce global temperatures.
Why is the universe the way it is? Over the years, scientists have explored many ways to explain the cosmos, leading to some crazy-sounding ideas.
The European Space Agency’s Space Situational Awareness program is tackling the problem on three fronts.