An update on China’s Chang’e 5 lunar lander: It landed successfully landed on the Moon on December 1st at around 15:15 UTC.
FalconEye 2 finally took off at 01:33 UTC on December 2 on a Soyuz-2 from the Guiana Space Centre in French Guiana.
On the 29th of November at 07:33 UTC, Japanese Data Relay Satellite-1, also known as JDRS-1, was launched from the Tanegashima Space Center on an H-IIA 202 rocket.
A Kickstarter has been set up to raise US$10,000 for the historic Kwasan Observatory in Kyoto, Japan.
In a new paper, researchers look at the gamma-ray binary LS 5039 and, for the first time, found the companion star was a magnetar.
In a new paper, researchers detail the observations of fast-moving carbon monoxide gas flowing away from a young, low-mass star.
A new paper describes a fundamental plane for neutron stars that allows their luminosity to be predicted based on the duration of the X-ray plateau phase and the luminosity of the gamma-ray peak.
Western University grad student Cole Gregg noticed an object moving through his field of view that turned out to be an as-yet-undiscovered asteroid.
Galaxy NGC 1052-DF4 appears to have recently undergone some kind of a collision or interaction with the massive galaxy NGC 1035, an interaction that appears to have stripped the dark matter from NGC 1052-DF4.
A large sunspot rotated onto the face of the Sun, having been predicted by NSO scientists almost a week earlier.