A lonely planet and its distant star that is 1 trillion kilometers away has been detected by a team of astronomers. The planet is called 2MASS J2126 which belongs to an old group of stars and brown dwarf stars, known as the 'Tucana Horologium Association.'
The discovery of a metal-poor star, a rare relic from the Milky Way is shedding new light on the early universe.
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has snapped the image of an irregular shaped galaxy known as NGC 5408, which is located in the constellation Centaurus.
Researchers have gathered an interesting image of Charon's night side, Pluto's largest moon. The image was taken by the New Horizon spacecraft.
In a recent study, researchers in Australia found signs of dark noodle-like structures or 'lumps' that are floating in the Milk Way galaxy.
A new study found if some planets were habitable, life would become extinct right after its origin due to extreme heating or cooling.
Researchers have gathered the image of a luminous star cluster Trumpler 14 with the use of NASA/ESA's Hubble Space Telescope.
Scientists found one of the most luminous supernova, ASAS-SN-15lh, which is 50 times more luminous than the Milky Way galaxy.
Better look out for five bright planets - Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn - which will be visible in the sky during January and February. These planets were last seen together ten years ago.
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.
Our solar system might have just gotten another planet.