From Mars to Earth and the Moon, 127 million miles away
A new photo from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter should make just about everybody feel like an insignificant speck of dust.
Deepest X-ray image to date uncovers a black hole bonanza
It's a window into the histories of both black holes and the universe.
Scientists trace a cosmic radio burst to its home galaxy
The discovery could shed more light on the nature of the universe.
Dark matter scientist Vera Rubin dies at 88
She helped fill a large gap in our understanding of the universe.
Black hole detection is becoming much easier
Scientists could double the number of known black holes within two years.
Isaac Newton text is the most expensive science book sold
When your writing changes humanity, it tends to command a premium price.
Giant black hole could be to blame for brightest supernova ever
It was twice as bright as any other supernova observed to date.
Massive galaxy cluster found 'hiding' behind the Milky Way
The Vela supercluster could help explain how our own galaxy group moves.
Scientists can directly observe alien planets with a new tool
CHARIS' successful dry run could usher in a new era of exoplanet research.