Scientists have compiled the largest astronomical image of all time.
Astronomers recently created one of the largest space images ever, a photo of the milky way that covers five years of observations.
Astronomers are taking a bit of a closer look at our galaxy's stellar nursery. They've released the most comprehensive images anyone has ever seen of the Milky Way Galaxy's cold interstellar gas clouds where new stars and solar systems are being born.
Radio telescopes may be able to spot stars hidden in the galactic center of the Milky Way. Although the center of the Milky Way is a mysterious place, cloaked in dust, researchers believe that there may be a new way to clear the fog and spot stars in this region.
The Wide Field Imager has captured a spectacular new image of the Sculptor Dwarf Galaxy, the close neighbor of our Milky Way Galaxy.
Planetary pebbles may actually be the building blocks that form the planets of the future. Scientists have unraveled the mystery of how Jupiter and Saturn likely formed.
A spectacular new image reveals sibling stars in an open star cluster. The new picture, which was captured with ESO's Wide Field Image, shows an amazing display of stars located about 3,000 light-years away.
The Dark Energy Survey (DES) has discovered 17 possible dwarf satellite galaxies in the past six months, which could help lead to better knowledge about dark energy.
Scientists have spotted a spectacular galaxy collision lurking behind the Milky Way. This is the closest such system ever found, and may tell researchers a bit more about the interactions near our galaxy.
Milky Way-like galaxies may have existed in the early universe. A new computer simulation reveals that large disk galaxies, much like our own Milky Way, may have existed in the early days of the universe.
It turns out that stars in our Milky Way galaxy have changed. A new map of the Milky Way reveals that nearly a third of the stars have dramatically changed their orbits.