The Grand Tour - JPL Travel Poster from "Visions of the Future" by Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA

How do dying stars shed their mass and become red supergiants? New observations of the red supergiant Betelgeuse are surprising and confusing to scientists.

The Little Fox and the Giant Stars

The Little Fox and the Giant Stars New stars are the lifeblood of our galaxy, and there is enough material revealed by this Herschel infrared image to build stars for millions of years to come. NASA Image of the Day

How Private Space Taxis for Astronauts Could Help NASA Reach Mars Artist's Concept of Astronauts on Mars

Head-spinning & never-seen-before: NASA releases over images from Apollo mission (PHOTOS)

"Huge Prominence Lift-off" A massive, searing hot loop of plasma radiates from the edge of our local star – the sun – in a phenomenon known as a solar prominence

Green Glow from Ancient Galaxies Surprises Scientists

The galaxies are greener on the other side of the universe, it seems: A new analysis reveals that some of the most distant galaxies ever observed are radiating green light, a finding that could deeply impact developing models of those early galaxies.

Mir may have had its problems, but the space station set a precedent for international cooperation and advanced the science of space travel.

Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observatory, astronomers surveyed galaxies that existed when the universe was only 1 billion years old. The scientists detected ionized carbon filling the space between the stars, in

Galaxy of Horrors

Considered to be the first cold super Earth, this exoplanet began to form a Jupiter-like core of rock and ice, but couldn’t grow fast enough in size. Its final mass is five times that of Earth. The planet's nickname is Hoth, after a planet from Star Wars.

A machine astronomer could help us find the unknowns in the universe

Black holes regularly eject planet-sized 'cosmic spitballs' --- These massive rogue objects are capable of leaving the galaxy at speeds approaching 20 million miles per hour.

Deepest-Ever X-Ray Image of Space Captures Countless Black Holes

Chandra Deep Field-South: The deepest X-ray image, containing objects at a distance of nearly 13 billion light years.

awesome Astronomers at the Space Telescope Science Institute unveiled the deepest portrait of the visible universe ever achieved in this image released in March 2004

Gravitational-Wave Detector Resumes Hunt for Space-Time Ripples

LIGO and Virgo observatories detect gravitational wave signals from black hole collision

The amazing cloud cities we could build on Venus

The amazing cloud cities we could build on Venus. Space scientists are pouring much time and effort into colonising Mars. But could we also live in the atmosphere of Venus?

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