Scientists have caught their first ever glimpse of a supermassive black hole eating a star. The new findings could be huge when it comes to better understanding supermassive black holes.
Astronauts are actually getting a chance to drink out of a specially designed cup in space.
Astronomers from the University of Cambridge found that two unusual dwarf galaxies, the Magellanic Clouds, are surrounded by several small streams and diffuse debris clouds.
Researchers are using NASA's NEOWISE spacecraft to measure carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide gases gas emissions that are released from comets.
Earth's magnetic field is not about to flip. While the intensity of this field has weakened in the last couple hundred of years, researchers have found that this doesn't mean it's about to reverse.
The solar system may be a lot hairier than we thought. Scientists have found that there may be long filaments, or "hairs," of dark matter around Earth and our solar system.
One day, Mars may have rings like Saturn. How is this possible, you ask? It could happen when Mars' moon, Phobos, disintegrates under the planet's force of gravity.
The comet Catalina has been spotted with both of its tails and is expected to make several appearances in the predawn sky for a few days.
Researchers have spotted a young elliptical galaxy with NASA/ESA's Hubble Space Telescope. The elliptical galaxy was identified as NGC 3610, which 80 million light years away.
Planetary nebulae may have just gotten a more meaningful physical presence.
Asteroid 2015 VY105 was seen over the Pacific Ocean earlier this week by the Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona.