Round out your week with these stunning views of the universe from the James Webb Space telescope.
Distant galaxies in Webb images suggest we need to rethink star and galaxy evolution in the early universe.
New imagery from the James Webb Space Telescope shows a nearby galaxy in a whole new light.
The James Webb Space Telescope released its first science images today. Here's what these images show us.
The James Webb Space Telescope's first year of observations promises to reveal exoplanet atmospheres and surfaces, infant galaxies, and maybe even the first black holes.
Astronomers connect the dots between two strange doppelganger galaxies, uncovering what might be a string of galactic pearls created in a cosmic collision 8 billion years ago.
The Hubble Space Telescope has revealed a single star whose light has traveled for 12.9 billion years to Earth — the most distant star known.
This faint ring of radio emission might signal a momentous event in galactic evolution. Then again, it might be something else entirely.
A high-resolution infrared image has revealed a dust screen obscuring a gas-devouring supermassive black hole in the center of the galaxy NGC 1068, confirming 30-year-old predictions.
Galaxy clusters take eons to collide. Now, astronomers have caught a pair of merging clusters in an in-between stage never seen before.
New research may explain why satellite galaxies align themselves around the Milky Way