Timo Prusti of the European Space Agency talks to Motherboard about the Gaia mission’s unprecedented catalog of more than one billion astronomical objects.
The Milky Way's edges are warping and distorting in strange ways. A new study suggests the latest possible answer: another galaxy is messing with us.
The Milky Way's edge is still wobbling due to a collision with a dwarf galaxy loaded with dark matter.
Turning into crystal spheres is the ultimate fate of billions of stars in our galaxy, including our own Sun.
The European Gaia telescope releases data on 1.7 billion stars.
It won’t be the first time the Sun has had its personal space invaded.
These 'hypervelocity stars' were flagged by a neural network.
Scientists found it by taking a satellite “x-ray” of the globe.
European Space Agency releases first data from Gaia star mapping mission.
The cleanup must've taken a good long minute.