In a new image, the Chandra X-ray Observatory has revealed what appears to be a jellyfish in a bubble of space but is actually a pair of galaxy clusters interacting.
Operations for the Hubble Space Telescope have been restored after a payload computer fault, and new images have been taken of unusual galaxies.
A new data set combines optical data from the VLT and radio data from ALMA to highlight star formation in different types of galaxies.
The stellar winds of dying stars are sufficiently powerful to blow through a planet’s protective magnetic field and destroy the life on the surface.
Perseverance’s first sample sample will soon be collected in Jezero Crater, likely from the Cratered Floor Fractured Rough geologic unit.
This week in rocket history, we look back at Apollo 11, the culmination of the Cold War space race where humans first walked on the Moon.
On July 20, Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket launched its first crewed flight into space: CEO Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark, Wally Funk of the “Mercury 13”, and Oliver Daemen.
After nearly thirty years of development, the Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory Module was launched into orbit on July 21 on a Proton-M rocket.
China launches the tenth triplet of their Yaogan 30 remote sensing satellites, and their fairings now have parachutes to constrain landing locations.
ULA’s Intern Rocket program launched three rockets named Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato, allowing interns to get experience working on hardware and network with mentors.