Scientists have detected new types of organic compounds in the plumes that have been erupting from Enceladus.
The first serious exomoon candidate is likely the captured core of a baby giant planet, if the exotic world does indeed exist, a new study suggests.
NASA's InSight lander has so far recorded the audible vibrations of over 100 events, including many Marsquakes on the Red Planet.
Astronomers have long hunted a mysterious planet in the outer reaches of our solar system. These scientists think that it might really be a primordial black hole,
For years, society has benefited from technologies developed to reach and provide services in space.
The forces and interactions we see and experience every day seem infinite. But they all stem from just four fundamental forces of nature.
Take three of the most massive objects in the universe, smoosh them together, and the fireworks are sure to be astounding — and maybe, someday, scientists will see the collision.
Recently, we had the first picture of a black hole. Now, NASA has a new visualization showing how these immense objects work.
Obviously, some chain of unfortunate events led to the ejection of 'Oumuamua from its home system. But what could possibly cause such a catastrophe?
Is it a wave, or is it a particle? This seems like a very simple question — except when it isn't. And it isn't in one of the most important aspects of our universe: the subatomic world.
Physicists have proposed that a trio of particles called Higgs bosons could be responsible for the mysterious vanishing act of antimatter in the universe.
The KATRIN experiment has turned up a new, more-precise-than-ever measurement for the barely-detectable neutrino mass.
The moon's South Pole-Aitken basin is one of the largest craters in the solar system, and a new study debunks the most popular explanation for its formation.
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