The names of explorers and the authors of journeys make up some of the first feature names for Charon.
Researchers may have finally found the ghostly footprint of Jupiter's moon Callisto in the planet's auroras.
Graphic designers reveal how they translate hard science collected by Hubble into some incredibly artistic designs, while keeping the science as accurate as possible.
The intricate threads of cold gas in the Orion Nebula reveal that star formation in the largest clouds works much as it does in the smaller ones, thus unifying theories about how stars are born.
Nancy Grace Roman helped fight for what would become the Hubble Space Telescope. At 92, she continues to encourage women in astronomy today.
Discovered in 1781, the seventh planet was destined to cause snickers whenever someone says its name.
Fears of closure or destruction for the Arecibo Observatory were put to rest with the announcement of a new team of partners.
While current evidence for the Neptune-size exomoon around a Kepler world is tentative, the distant moon seems to defy current moon-formation theories.