The Most Unknown
What Baby Stars and Meteorites Can Tell Us About Our Solar System’s Past
Rachel Smith studies the birth of stars to better understand the origins of life on Earth, and perhaps elsewhere in the universe.
A Black Hole Has Been Shredding a Star Twice the Size of the Sun for 10 Years
Astronomers have been watching the full fallout of a tidal disruption event for years.
The Real: X-Files
A Brief History of Scientists Searching for Extraterrestrial Life
There's still no sign of alien life, but that hasn't stopped researchers from looking for the past 50 years.
A Collision Between Mini-Moons May Have Formed One of Saturn's Outer Rings
A new paper reveals that Saturn’s F ring is probably the fallout of a moonlet fight.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Astronomers May Have Found Evidence of Alien Life on a Comet, or Not
Some scientists were quick to shout "Alien," but not everyone agrees.
We Spoke to the Medieval Astronomers Who Made David Leyonhjelm Swear
Leyonhjelm was in Melbourne as part of a senate inquiry into the medical and psychological effects of wind turbines. ClimActs were there to take the piss.