A new study theorizes that black holes made of collapsed universes originate dark matter, and our own universe may look like a black hole to outsiders.
If Earth still hosts life in four billion years, whatever exists will be treated to the most spectacular night skies in the planet's history.
Native Hawaiians are protesting the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea. Where do we go from here?
Nicknamed “Farout,” the world is 120 times farther from the Sun than Earth.
After years of litigation, the Court issued a 4-1 ruling reinstating a permit to build the massive observatory on Mauna Kea’s summit.
The world called 'Goblin' orbits about two times farther from the Sun than Pluto—and that's at its nearest point.
Rachel Smith studies the birth of stars to better understand the origins of life on Earth, and perhaps elsewhere in the universe.
Hawaiians have protested building the Thirty Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea, a sacred site.
Indigenous groups argue that Mauna Kea is already overdeveloped.
The dispute between scientists and preservationist islanders is hardly over.
Finding the middle ground between cultural sensitivity and scientific progress on the slopes of a sacred volcano.
After months of protests over building on a sacred Hawaiian mountain, a deal has been struck.