A military-led science program in China has constructed the world’s most sensitive radio telescope: the FAST radio telescope.
Welcome to the new age in the hunt for extraterrestrial life.
NASA is finally ready to replace the Hubble.
And they're using a team of nine telescopes just to do it.
This behemoth will help search the cosmos for signs of life.
This telescope is 10 times as sensitive as any other.
The inner region sends out clock-like pulses of radiation and waves of charged particles embedded in magnetic fields.
Scientists discover a complex molecule in deep space that could help understand the origins of life and the possibilities of life elsewhere in the universe.
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.
Known as Hubble's successor, it uses 18 mirror segments to collect light from galaxies billions of light years away.
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