Why are the rocks at the Vermilion Cliffs in Arizona so red?
NASA’s telescopes have captured a collapsing star giving birth to a black hole.
The supernova remnant, "Spaghetti Nebula." is located in the boundary of the constellations Taurus and Auriga.
ALMA captured images of the explosive nature of star birth in high resolution, which occurred around 500 years ago.
Happy birthday, SN 1987A!
The brightest supernova observed in 2015 was not a supernova after all, but a massive black hole swallowing a nearby star.
Scientists have recently found evidence that backs the theory of a low-mass supernova triggering the formation of the solar system.
Researchers suggest that a low-mass supernova may have triggered the formation of the solar system.
Chandra Data Archive gathered images of cluster of young stars, galaxy clusters and supernova, among others. Get a glimpse of them!
A supernova iron, the iron-60, is suggested to be found in sediment cores taken from the Pacific Ocean floor according to a team of researchers from Germany and Austria.
The discovery of the concentric triple-bubble supernova in space could lead to study star formation and supernova explosions.