The unexpected discovery suggests that one in five galaxies in the ancient universe may be concealed behind dust.
The new image represents the first clear detection of a moon-forming disk around an exoplanet.
The detection of phosphine is “not robust evidence for life” on Venus, scientists say, but a biological origin for the signature has not been ruled out yet.
Using another galaxy as a telescope created a trippy quadrupling effect in a rare image of an exploding black hole from the early universe.
The observations provided a "missing link” in theories about storms that rage in Jupiter's atmosphere.
These ancient galaxies, known as H-dropouts, defy our current understanding of the early universe.
DM Tau has its own asteroid belt, and may be developing its own versions of Earth and Neptune, too.
The video for Tove's new 'Bitches' remix, starring Broad City's Paul Downs, is fully nuts.
She performed her track "IDGAF" backed up by Charli XCX, Zara Larsson, MØ, and Alma for the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, and that hopefully means business.
“Out of My Head” features Tove Lo, ALMA, and every drown-my-sorrows anxiety you’ve ever had.
Rex Orange County (NOT a boring guitar guy), Nilüfer Yanya and ALMA all make appearances.
Why that's actually not good news for astrobiologists looking for extraterrestrial life.