The frigid "flying saucer" may change what we know about planets.
Using the ALMA space telescope, researchers found that the most luminous galaxy in the universe is experiencing violent turbulence and it is eating away itself.
Astronomers have discovered the most tenuous molecular gas ever observed.
A team of astronomers have spotted several monstrous baby galaxies with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). These galaxies are in the midst of high levels of dark matter and they are approximately 11.5 billion light-years away.
Researchers have discovered that a star, 25 times the mass of the sun, is forming, and they are now studying the the dynamic behind these types of star formations.
Scientists have learned a bit more about the very first galaxies with the help of ALMA.
Supermassive black holes can be found at the centers of every large galaxy. Now, ALMA has managed to "weigh" one of these supermassive black holes.
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has captured an unprecedented view of the surface of Juno, one of the largest members of our solar system's main asteroid belt.
ALMA has captured an image of a lensed galaxy that reveals a near-perfect Einstein ring. The new images are the highest resolution ever taken with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).
Astronomers have officially captured the best image to date of planet formation around an infant star.
Astronomers may have found a molecule in the depths of space that could explain the origins of life.
Pluto may just be the guiding "star" that NASA's spacecraft needs. Astronomers are using ALMA to make high-precision measurements of Pluto's location and orbit in order to help guide the New Horizons spacecraft to its target.