As today’s space telescopes age, tomorrow’s are preparing for launch, and they plan to give us a glimpse of the earliest years of our universe. This is life after Hubble.
The discovery could help us understand more about dwarf planets in our Solar System.
Hubble won't be resting anytime soon, thanks to this contract extension.
For the first time in the 21st century, scientists have seen a dark spot on Neptune. And it's enormous.
26 years after its orbital debut, Hubble is still making headlines. Here are some of its most important discoveries, from supermassive black holes to dark matter.
An ultra-rare galaxy was just captured by Hubble.
Known as Hubble's successor, it uses 18 mirror segments to collect light from galaxies billions of light years away.
Using Stem Cells to Grow Eyes, The Most Distant Galaxy Ever Seen, A New Cloaking Material, and Much More!
Back in 2002, V838 Monocerotis (some 20,000 light years from Earth) underwent a sudden outburst. The variable red star got so big that it produced 600,000 times more light that the Sun.
The Physics Breakthrough of the Century, The Successful Preservation of a Mammalian Brain, Evidence of the “Impossible Particle,” and Much More
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