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Scientists just released the first-ever photograph of a black hole. Some people think it looks like a ‘smudge on the lens.’
Scientists from 40 nations who worked for around 13 years to get the first-ever image of a black hole, which is larger than our solar system.
The first-ever picture of a black hole is fuzzy. These incredible illustrations help explain what it shows.
Scientists posted the first-ever image of black hole, but the photo is a bit fuzzy. However, computer models hint at what we'd see with a better view.
The Hubble telescope spotted an asteroid that has grown two tails — and scientists think it’s ripping itself to pieces
A 2.5-mile-wide asteroid called Gault was discovered in 1988, but it may not exist as we know it for much longer. The space rock is spinning apart.
An experiment that solved a 100-year-old mystery posed by Einstein is about to turn back on — and it’s more powerful than ever
On Monday, a game-changing pair of gravitational-wave detectors called LIGO will turn back on after 6 months of downtime and upgrades.
The first day of spring is finally here — for about 90% of us. Here’s why equinoxes mark the changing of seasons.
The spring or vernal equinox happens at 5:58 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Here's how Earth and the sun work together to change our seasons.
Tonight’s ‘super snow moon’ will be the biggest and one of the brightest full moons of 2019. Here’s why.
February's full moon, also called a "snow moon," will be the biggest of 2019. That's because it's a perigean moon, or "supermoon," close to Earth.
Sirius is the brightest night-sky object, but for a moment on President's Day, asteroid Jürgenstock will occult the star system and dim its light.
The Hubble telescope has discovered a ‘dark vortex’ raging on Neptune that would swallow 20% of Earth’s surface
New pictures taken by the Hubble Space Telescope reveal a mysterious "dark tempest" storm raging on Neptune and a "giant" frigid cap on top of Uranus.
A bizarre interstellar object called ‘Oumuamua continues to perplex astronomers a year after it vanished. Here’s why a few scientists stil...
'Oumuamua remains a mystery since its discovery. However, the idea that it's extraterrestrial is based on a lack of data, not extraordinary evidence.
Scientists have discovered a new planet twice the size of Earth, and it could have liquid water on its surface
Scientists have discovered a new planet that's 226 light-years away. It is roughly twice the size of Earth, which is rare for an exoplanet.