Space and astronomy had some of the most interesting discoveries in 2015. Here are some of interesting astronomical discoveries and observations during 2015.
A new study found that the Martian gullies were not formed from the presence of liquid water.
Researchers have found that the bright spots on dwarf planet Ceres are most likely salt deposits. The researchers made the discovery using NASA's Dawn spacecraft.
A new study is shedding light on the sun's ability to superflare, which could generate energy equivalent to 100 million megaton bombs, according to the researchers.
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.
What's cooler than watching Star Wars on Earth? That would be watching it in space, of course. The astronauts that are journeying to the International Space Station today will have the opportunity to watch the latest movie while in orbit.
Japanese space probe Hayabusa 2 has successfully entered its target orbit and it is on its way to meet with a distant asteroid.
NASA/ESA researchers have captured a galaxy in a 'galactic waltz.' The astronomers spotted the chaotic image with the Hubble Space Telescope.
ESO astronomers have discovered a giant, dying star that is releasing massive amounts of gas and dust as it approaches the final stages of its life.
Astronauts are actually getting a chance to drink out of a specially designed cup in space.
Asteroid 2015 VY105 was seen over the Pacific Ocean earlier this week by the Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona.