Spectacular new images of the large-scale structures that link our universe were captured from the Chilean desert.
Scientists think they may have spied the universe's "gravitational wave background" after more than a decade of searching.
Dark matter lenses, which distort and amplify light from background objects, may be more abundant in galaxy clusters than expected.
“Just months before the end, after we’ve lost the outer planets to the great and growing blackness, the Earth drifts away from the Sun, and the Moon from the Earth. We too enter the darkness, alone.”
Nat Geo is doing the right thing by investigating, but it's coming pretty late.
The legendary astrophysicist talks Bill Nye, the Bronx, and rainbows on VICELAND's 'Desus & Mero.'
The results will tell us whether eating chocolate will keep us alive longer and it may be the impetus for the creation of a chocolate pill.
A global atlas finds that light pollution is obscuring our view of the cosmos.
Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter Array have identified an awesome new form of cosmic weather.