Scientists see evidence of events outside of our solar system in Antarctic ice.
Posts Tagged ‘solar system’
Milky Way’s supermassive black hole is stretching gas cloud G2 to its death.
Could there really be planets made of diamonds?
Here’s a brief run-down of our favorite astronomy stories from the past month.
Have we actually left the Solar System at long last?
What can hot Jupiters tell us about the diversity of planets in our universe?
We still have so much to learn about our closest planetary neighbors.
A specific type of planet has proven elusive: a planet orbiting at a considerable distance from its parent star.
Scientists proposed the existence of a space wind surrounding Earth about 20 years ago, but direct detection has eluded scientists until now.
Asteroid 2013 MZ5 joined the ranks of asteroids and comets whose orbits pass near Earth. On an astronomical scale, “near” means within 28 million miles…