A huge young planet has provided scientists with a rare insight into planet formation.
Astronomers observed rings form around a star, hinting planet formation.
Infant planet K2-33b discovery is proving the theory that gaseous planets need to form in the first 10 million years of their star's lifetime.
Researchers have taken a closer look at planet formation around a binary star.
A new study is shedding light on the origin of the universe and examines the symmetry and asymmetry between space and time together.
Giant planets may be carving paths around four young stars. Scientists have taken a closer look at the gassy structures around the stars and have found that they may just be surrounded by planets.
Hot Jupiters, which are gas giants that orbit close to their star, largely remain mysterious. Now, they've found that these planets may only take a few million years to migrate close to their newly formed star.