We know an asteroid impact killed the dinosaurs – are we prepared if we find another Near Earth Object on a collision course with our planet?
Aboard the Voyager probe lies two golden phonographic records with information meant for alien life. Today’s bite explores what we put on those records and why.
Galactic winds shed new light on an otherwise invisible mechanism at the heart of massive galaxies.
Read about how the Harvard Computers shaped stellar astronomy and more in today’s guest post by Jillian Hyland.
We know UV radiation isn’t good for us, but can it hold back all forms of life?
Could the Moon have formed from multiple impacts? Find out in today’s guest post by Jacob Azoulay.