The star, which at first glance "looks like a typical star in the solar neighborhood, is anything else but normal,” scientists say.
Scientists used a “reverberation machine” to listen in on the mind-boggling dynamics surrounding black holes.
At 13.5 billion light-years from Earth, a galaxy called HD1 is on the cosmic frontier.
"Earendel" was spotted about 900 million years after the universe was born, making it by far the most distant star ever seen.
The undetermined nature of the newly discovered waves promises "novel physics" about the Sun and stars, reports a new study.
Galaxies located at cosmic web “nodes” assemble dark matter earlier, and are more enriched with heavy elements, compared with those that are further away.
Stars that have been kicked out of their galaxies preserve a cosmic “fossil record,” according to a new study.
The luminous moment that a dead star swallows the torn-up remains of its planetary bodies has been witnessed for the first time.
The "Per-Tau shell," which extends for nearly 500 light years, solves a big mystery and has implications for astrophysics as a whole.
Stars show chemical traces of past "planetary ingestion" that can be used to search for Earth-like planets.
A radioactive isotope profoundly affected the origin and evolution of our solar system. Now, scientists have spotted it in a system of budding stars.
Adam Szabo and Betsy Congdon, two leads on the Parker Solar Probe, discuss the mission’s discoveries and its daredevil future.