American Astronomical Society Meetings: Latest discoveries and science
The 235th meeting of the American Astronomical Society brought more than 3,500 scientists to Honolulu, Hawaii to unveil the latest discoveries in space and the future of astronomy. See the latest news, images and videos from the AAS 235 meeting here.
The 243rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society runs from Jan. 7 to Jan. 11, and we can't wait to see what amazing science announcements it bestows upon us.
A coalition of over 50 astronomers is calling to rename the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds.
Astronomers are once again ringing alarm bells about rising light pollution destroying pristine night skies. This time, though, their worries extend beyond their core discipline.
From black holes to the search for life, scientific breakthroughs are on the horizon as new observatories come online.
The James Webb Space Telescope has for the first time peered inside a planet-forming disk of dust surrounding a nearby star, a development promising to supercharge the search for exoplanets.
After years of conflict, a Hawaiian mountain that's home to some of the most important astronomical observatories on Earth finds itself at peace.
A star has survived a close encounter with a black hole, but the black hole has been able to sneak a second bite.
An international team of scientists has found a huge new alien world that's on the boundary between planet and "failed star."
Centuries after Chinese and Japanese astronomers spotted a bright light in their skies, astronomers have pinned it to a stellar collision that unleashed a rare supernova 850 years ago.
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