SN 2023ixf, spotted in May, was in just the right place at the right time
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Two Neptune-sized planets around a remote star may have hit each other and cast an infrared glow
Certain rings encircling galaxies might not be as rare as once thought
The quantum astrochemist’s work offers clues to what distant objects are made of
Astronomers have long debated what kind of chemistry might serve as a bona fide alien biosignature. With the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, those ideas may be put to the test.
A new look at lenticular galaxies suggests a tweak to galaxy evolution theory
The discovery hints that auroras on all planets except Neptune have a common explanationr