Observations taken using the Herschel Space Observatory have given us the answer to the question of “what are Uranus’s moons made of?”
A team led by Caleb Cañas of Penn State has announced in The Astronomical Journal the discovery of the fifth Jupiter-sized planet orbiting a low-mass star.
new work appearing in The Astrophysical Journal with lead author Andrew Masterson shows that merging neutron stars on their own are not enough to produce the amount of gold in the universe.
In a new article in The Astrophysical Journal, Ryan Lau and company share new observations of a massive young star called a Wolf-Rayet star that is in orbit around another massive star.
In a new paper published in Nature, a team lead that includes Andrew Vanderburg as first author finds that a gas giant orbits a white dwarf.
On September 15th at 01:23 UTC, China had a rare sea launch of a Long March 11H carrying nine satellites to orbit.
On September 12th at 5:02 UTC, the Jilin-1 Gaofen-02C satellite was launched aboard a Kuaizhou 1A rocket from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northern China.
On September 12 at 3:19 UTC, Astra launched their Rocket 3.1 for the very first time for their very first orbital flight attempt from Pacific Spaceport Complex in Kodiak, Alaska.
In a new paper in ApJ and led by Eric Hsiao, a weird type 1a supernova has been seen growing in brightness ever so slowly, and the rise and fall in the brightness of certain spectral lines didn’t match what is generally expected.
In a new paper in The Astrophysical Journal (ApJ), Chengze Liu and collaborators have explored the population of ultra-compact dwarf (UCD) galaxies and ultra-diffuse galaxies (UDG) in the Virgo Cluster using MegaCam on the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT).