Throughout its extraordinary lifetime, the Hubble Space Telescope has captured images of thousands of distant galaxies. What can we learn about galaxy evolution by piecing these datasets together?
In this guest post, Tony Rodríguez describes how the environments of planet formation may not be so simple (and sticky!) after all.
A newly discovered dwarf galaxy near the Local Group appears to be young and lonely and it shut off star formation. What could be responsible for the quenching if there are no nearby bright galaxies?
Planetary scientists discover new potential locations of water ice on Mercury, significantly increasing the estimated amount of ice on the planet.
The oldest objects in the universe weigh in on the heated debate over the “Hubble Tension,” disagreements on the expansion rate of the universe.
Drain the gas, add the heat, kill a galaxy inside-out…