credit ESO/L. Calçada Astronomers have detected gaseous water in the planet-forming disc around the star V883 Orionis.
Astronomers find an exoplanet about the size of Earth, in the habitable zone. They believe it could be an “ocean planet.”
Simultaneous images from four cameras were combined to construct this amazing atmospheric predawn skyscape with the planets of the Solar System.
Are we alone? This is is one of the most intriguing questions in all of science… There are about 300 million planets in our galaxy
Astronomers using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, have detected X-rays from Uranus for the first time.
Are there planets that resemble ours? Kepler-1649c is now the most similar exoplanet yet found to Earth.
Why do we look the way we look? Most of it’s down to our planet Earth, its atmosphere, gravity, that kind of stuff…
Scientists detected radio bursts emanating from the constellation Boötes, that could be the first radio emission collected from a planet beyond our solar system.
Have you ever wondered what a sunset on Uranus might look like? In this video NASA scientist simulates sunsets on other planets, our Solar System.
ESO Telescope sees signs of planet birth. The observed feature could be the first direct evidence of a baby planet coming into existence.
Why are all the planets on the same orbital plane? Is it a coincidence? Or is something else at play here?
Scientists discovered more than 100 minor planets beyond Neptune, at the far reaches of the Solar System.