The Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 on the Hubble Space Telescope has captured the image of two merging galaxies, which are in the process of becoming one galaxy.
Space and astronomy had some of the most interesting discoveries in 2015. Here are some of interesting astronomical discoveries and observations during 2015.
A team of Australian researchers have set up a new system that can send small satellites into space via a reusable launch system.
The James Webb Space Telescope mirror is halfway complete, which means that researchers are looking forward to learning a bit more about our universe.
Scientists have used mathematical models in order to "look" into the interior of super-Earths and have found that they may contain compounds that are forbidden by the classical rules of chemistry.
NASA captured images of an asteriod as it shot by the Earth last week.
In a recent study, researchers found that black holes can expand up to 50 billion times the mass of the sun before they lose their discs of gas.
A team of astronomers have discovered one of the closest potentially habitable planets outside of the solar system. The planet was found orbiting a small red dwarf star 14 light years away.
With the use of NASA/ESA's Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescopes, astronomers have solved the missing water mystery of ten Jupiter-like exoplanets.
A new study is shedding light on some galaxies "clumpiness" compared to those spiral shaped galaxies.
ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) has captured the aftermath images of a cosmic collision that occurred 360 million years ago.