Astrobites reports on whether volcanos can expand the region around a star within which life can survive.
The Breakthrough Starshot Initiative will send tiny spacecraft to our nearest stellar neighbors. A new study examines how we can successfully propel these spacecraft on their way.
Some white dwarfs have magnetic fields with strengths of thousands to billions of times that of Earth. A new study examines how these fields might form.
Software improvements have allowed the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope to discover five gamma-ray blazars at high redshifts, opening a window to the early universe.
Astrobites reports on what we’re learning from the stunning maps of Titan made by the Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer on board Cassini.
Can we use observations of gaps in protoplanetary disks to estimate the mass of planets orbiting within them?