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James Webb Space Telescope catches ancient galaxy in the act of explosive star birth
The James Webb Space Telescope has observed an early dusty galaxy over 12 billion light-years away during an explosive period of star formation.
Watch SpaceX launch 56 Starlink satellites early Sunday
SpaceX plans to launch another batch of its Starlink broadband satellites to orbit early Sunday morning (May 14), and you can watch the action live.
Rock that punched hole in New Jersey house confirmed to be 4.6 billion-year-old meteorite
The rock that struck a residential home in New Jersey earlier this week is a rare 4.6 billion-year-old meteorite, scientists confirmed on Thursday (May 11).
See the moon snuggle up to Saturn in the sky today
The conjunction and close approach of the moon and Saturn will be visible in the sky from the early morning until just after midday on Saturday, May 13.
NASA gives up on tiny Lunar Flashlight probe's troubled moon ice mission
NASA has given up on the planned moon mission of its tiny Lunar Flashlight cubesat, which aimed to hunt for water ice in shadowy lunar craters.
'Mars Horizon 2' lets players search for Red Planet life with real science
CalTech professor Konstantin Batygin, best known for his search for Planet 9, will pivot his expertise to Mars in support of a PC game coming in 2024.
Russian cosmonauts move vital radiator for International Space Station in 5-hour spacewalk
Russian cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitry Petelin completed a spacewalk to activate a radiator that they earlier helped relocate outside of the International Space Station.
This snake robot could hunt alien life on icy moons like Saturn's Enceladus
Finding alien life just took a twist. A snake-shaped robot from NASA aims to climb the crumpled terrain of icy moons like Enceladus to search out microbes.
Europe's JUICE Jupiter probe fixes antenna glitch in deep space (video)
The Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer, or JUICE, deployed its Radar for Icy Moons Exploration antenna today (May 12) after more than three weeks of troubleshooting efforts.
'Silo' showrunner Graham Yost on his riveting new sci-fi series and stellar cast (exclusive)
Award-winning writer/producer Graham Yost takes us underground and inside Apple TV+'s hit show "Silo" in an exclusive interview.
Don't miss Venus in the late night sky right now before it turns into a 'Morning Star'
Venus will begin staying out later and later in the coming weeks until it leaves the night sky to become a dazzling fixture in the predawn morning through the end of 2023.
Save over $275 on the Anycubic Photon M3 Premium 3D printer
That's a colossal saving on a premium, high-end 3D printer that also comes with five anti-scratch film pieces.
Don't miss the half-lit moon during its third quarter phase today
The moon will be in its third quarter phase on Friday, May 12, with its face half-lit, halfway between its fully illuminated full moon phase and its completely dark new moon phase.
Everything we know about Transformers: Rise of the Beasts
Autobots and Decepticons are making their roaring return to the big screen this summer. Here’s what we know so far about Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.
Watch 2 Russian cosmonauts perform spacewalk today
Two Russian cosmonauts will perform a roughly seven-hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station today (May 12), and you can watch it live.
2 'super-Earth' exoplanets spotted in habitable zone of nearby star
NASA's TESS spacecraft spotted two super-Earth planets as they crossed the face of their star within its 'habitable zone.'
Boom! Astronomers just watched the largest explosion in space rage for 3 years
The largest cosmic explosion ever seen by astronomers has been raging for three years and is ten times more powerful than a supernova. It may be driven by a black hole ripping apart a gas cloud.
Curiosity rover finds water-carved 'book' rock on Mars (photo)
A book-shaped rock on Mars was likely carved by ancient water running through the area, scientists on NASA's Curiosity rover mission say.
Perseverance rover spies signs of ancient raging rivers on Mars
NASA's Perseverance rover has found evidence that a deep and fast-moving river once coursed through Mars' Jezero Crater, shaking up current ideas of past Red Planet water flow.
Mysterious dark energy is spread evenly across the cosmos
Dark energy, the mysterious force apparently driving the accelerating expansion of the universe, is spread uniformly across space and time, new observations of massive galaxy clusters suggest.