A possible super-Earth was discovered 6 light years from us around Barnard’s star, but does it actually exist?
There are a lot of Sun-like stars in the universe. Are they as identical as the name suggests, or are there important differences between them?
In today’s posts we discuss observations of a super dense, massive and old proto-cluster and what it means to the Universe’s history
Titan might actually be more akin to Mars and Earth than we first thought.
An intriguing subset of galaxies exhibit counter-rotating components, that go against the flow of the majority of the stars. Today’s paper examines two such galaxies and reaches a different conclusion about each of them.
A series of papers between two research groups, investigating the nature of an unusual distant galaxy.