Round out your week with these stunning views of the universe from the James Webb Space telescope.
The discovery of an asteroid inside Venus's orbit might be the first of a new population within the inner solar system.
The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago might not have arrived alone.
Radioactive heating in this asteroid's early days may have destabilized the small world, creating asymmetric surface features.
Pick one or see them all. July offers a potpourri of celestial events for both naked-eye observers and telescope users that include a rare occultation by Saturn's moon Titan, a bright comet, and Mira at maximum.