Are planetary rings as common in our galaxy as they are in our solar system? A new study shows how to hunt for them — and then does!
A team of scientists has used ALMA to learn more about the host galaxy of the most distant quasar known.
Sometimes, computers are too slow to get the job done. Astrobites reports on a faster way to predict whether planetary systems are stable.
New simulations show how gas is passed back and forth between the accretion disks surrounding the two black holes in a binary system.
Why is Earth hospitable to life and Venus not? Kepler-1649b, a newly discovered exo-Venus, may help us figure this out!
How many comets, asteroids, and planetary bodies are floating through interstellar space, not gravitationally bound to any solar system?