NASA’s Perseverance rover is set to land on Mars tomorrow in a complex but well-tested procedure — its very own "seven minutes of terror."
Astronomers are starting to understand why the dwarf galaxies around the Milky Way are aligned along a plane.
This week in astronomy news, astronomers found planet-eating white dwarfs, a cluster of black holes, and a "farfarout" object that's now the most distant known in the solar system.
Two studies of the Martian atmosphere are changing the way we think about its current climate and its ancient past.
The United Arab Emirates Hope orbiter is the first in a series of spacecraft arriving at the Red Planet in the next week.
Astronomers are using tree rings as a historical record of solar activity — and they've found that the Sun was much more active in the past.
Once the night is fully dark, spot the equilateral Winter Triangle in the southeast. Sirius is its brightest and lowest star. Betelgeuse stands above Sirius by about two fists at arm's length. To the left of their midpoint is Procyon. Compare their colors!
Astronomers have discovered a cluster of galaxies coming together just 770 million years after the Big Bang.
NASA’s mission to the outer solar system has found more light than expected. That could mean more galaxies in the visible universe than we thought— or less, depending on who you talk to.