Three solar system emissaries have returned beautiful and even interactive vistas of Neptune, Jupiter, and Mars.
The mission team has reported results from Perseverance's study of the rocks deposited by the river that once flowed into Jezero Crater.
New Webb images reveal the space telescope's first exoplanet, first brown dwarf, and a stellar nursery teeming with activity.
New stewardship of Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano that hosts some of the world's largest telescopes, could change the face of astronomy at the summit.
Round out your week with these stunning views of the universe from the James Webb Space telescope.
Presenting data as sound can open new opportunities for accessibility, engagement, and discovery, but the technique still faces challenges.
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.
A new source of fast radio bursts raises questions about how much we really know about these mysterious flares.
Astronomers have spotted the X-ray flash that precedes a nova. The brief flare is the first sign of a white dwarf erupting into a nuclear-fusion fireball.