Surface and atmosphere of Venus can kill people in a matter of seconds.
A scientific balloon, the size of football-field was launched above Antarctica towards the stratosphere where it will study the sun and data on extremely high-energy radiation by solar flares.
Pluto's atmosphere is engulfed with bands of blue haze, which is a reaction of sunlight on methane and other molecules that on Pluto's atmosphere.
Aurora borealis or northern lights are produced when from reactions between the sun's solar particles and the earth's magnetic fields
A team of Australian researchers have set up a new system that can send small satellites into space via a reusable launch system.
Scientists have discovered a mechanism that actually halts solar eruptions. The findings may allow researchers to better understand when solar eruptions are headed toward Earth.
ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) has captured the aftermath images of a cosmic collision that occurred 360 million years ago.
A new study is shedding light on the origin of heavy elements in the Universe and mergers of binary neutron stars may be the source for radioactive plutonium-244 in nature.
After numerous observations, astronomers found that supernova SN2011dh, a massive supergiant star is thirteen times the size of the sun. This supernova is quite famous for its high-velocity shocks.
A University of Sydney student has discovered that the dust around CW Leo, also known as IRC+10216, had astronomers fooled for many years, where they mistakenly interpreted the surrounding dust as the star system's structural elements.
A team of astronomers have spotted several monstrous baby galaxies with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). These galaxies are in the midst of high levels of dark matter and they are approximately 11.5 billion light-years away.