Researchers have discovered that major parts of the Milky Way’s outer disk vibrate, which has led to information about Sagittarius’ past and orbit around the galaxy.
Two UK-based companies are designing missions to clear hazardous space junk alongside the launch of a new programme to back cutting-edge space technology, the UK Space Agency has announced.
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The mysterious nature of deep-space electromagnetic radio wave pulses has baffled scientists for more than 15 years, and a recently published study has added to this intregue.
A computer program that was created by a global research team can simulate the movement of cosmic rays through space. The goal is to help the researchers unravel the riddle surrounding the origins of cosmic rays.
Maser emissions, sometimes known as “cosmic lasers,” are created by amplifying stimulated emissions in the interstellar and circumstellar medium.
A new simulation run on the world's most powerful astronomy-focused supercomputer has developed a testable hypothesis to explain how the Milky Way’s bar appears.
The most comprehensive photographs of the region where the famous constellation of Orion is bombarded with ultraviolet radiation from massive young stars have been taken by astronomers.
According to a recent study published in Nature Astronomy, an international team of researchers has discovered a small satellite galaxy of the Milky Way loaded with dark matter.
This image, which was recorded in high detail by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, is being stirred up by a flurry of dazzling white galaxies.
Charles Darwin University (CDU) students are joining a team of NASA-funded scientists and astronomers to observe Pluto pass in front of a distant star in Katherine on June 1.