“It’s softer than the lightest snow, the froth on your cappuccino, or even the bubbles in your bubble bath."
Astrophotographers seeking to capture a comet that won't be here for another 6,800 years keep getting "Starlinked."
And you don't even need any hardcore equipment to catch it.
ʻOumuamua, the first interstellar object discovered in our solar system, was whittled into its elongated shape by stellar tides, scientists say.
Meteors from the mysterious comet’s trail have been putting on a spectacular cosmic show for Earthlings for at least a century, and there’s a chance we might pass through it again tonight.
Unlike ʻOumuamua, the first interstellar object ever detected, comet 2I/Borisov is radiant and gassy.
While an alien explanation for 'Omuamua can't be ruled out, a new study concludes it is more likely natural in origin.
A letter from Harvard University scholars asserts that the blunt-shaped ‘Oumuamua object may be an alien probe, but the scientists who rolled the spliff are killing the buzz.
Why that's actually not good news for astrobiologists looking for extraterrestrial life.
Deciphering the mysterious “Vulture Stone” at the 11,500-year-old ruins of Göbekli Tepe.
The birth of a new field of astronomy, the death of a lonely comet orbiter, and everything in between.