The universe’s origin story lies in fast-moving and faraway objects.
Far-off clouds of gas and dust are the eye-popping birthplaces of new stars.
...They Are Galaxies Far, Far Away
With infrared eyes, astronomers are more than scratching the surface of Saturn’s hazy moon.
Once upon a time, an asteroid or comet got a bit too close to Mars, leaving a deep, permanent reminder of the encounter on the surface of the planet.
NASA just released an image of a crater-dune combination it is calling Bachan Pac-Man.
Pan, the “ravioli moon,” carves a path through the pretty debris ringing this most photogenic of planets.
Unearthly celestial events, Martian craters, and Jovian storms.
Galaxy NGC 1052-DF2 doesn't seem to contain any dark matter, and scientists have no idea why.
These strange collection of stars aren’t galaxies, but random groups of hundreds of millions of stars.