Scientists have discovered fast radio bursts beyond the Milky Way galaxy. They believe it could lead to clues on what is out in intergalactic space
The space probe Gaia has been surveying our Milky Way for four years. Now, ESA officials have presented the most complete star catalog ever published. But it doesn't hold a candle to what'll come in 2024.
Astrophysicists have discovered signs of a dozen black holes in the inner circle of the Milky Way and believe there could be 10,000 of them. The find is a breakthrough in understanding how black holes form.
It might not be any bigger than your own refrigerator, but the TESS telescope will deliver the stuff of your wildest sci-fi fantasies: Earth-sized planets by the hundreds, and all in the next two years.
It's had its ups and downs, but two years into its mission, the European Space Agency has celebrated its release of the first data from the Gaia space observatory. It aims to map a billion stars in our galaxy.
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