Roughly every 114 days, almost like clockwork, a galaxy 570 million light-years away lights up like a firework. Since at least 2014, our observatories have recorded...
What's the right gift for a 3,000-Martian-day anniversary? Rocks?
Experts looking forward to tasting some of the 12 bottles of Bordeaux that will splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico via a SpaceX Dragon capsule
Galaxies need cold gas to form new stars, and this one is bleeding 10,000 suns worth of the stuff each year. Astronomers blame a cosmic crash.
Just 670 million years after the Big Bang, a quasar with a monstrous black hole dominated a growing galaxy.
It might be the youngest ever, too.
The oldest, most distant "supermassive" black hole and quasar in the universe have both been discovered, astronomers announced Tuesday.
Galaxy ID2299 is losing its ability to form new stars, causing it to die.
Baby sharks are being born smaller, undernourished and exhausted as climate change warms the world's oceans, researchers say.
Rolls-Royce and UK Space Agency hope to ‘revolutionise space travel’ with deal to build nuclear propulsion engines