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The First Interstellar Asteroid Is Like Nothing Astronomers Have Ever Seen

On October 19, astronomers spotted a faint point of light appeared in the sky-no more than a blip in the Pan-STARRS 1 survey telescope's...

Space Photos of the Week: Jupiter Takes One Hell of a...

This week the planets are taking over-starting with Jupiter, king of the solar system. The Juno spacecraft entered the planet's orbit on July 1,...

Is that a real service dog? Under federal law, you can’t...

The unleashed dog lunged from the woman's lap and right at Andy, Michaela Chase's dog."It was going for blood," Chase said, thinking back to...

Hubble’s Discovery of Weird

With Halloween fast approaching, it's only fitting that astronomers have spotted some galaxies behaving very strangely. New research based on NASA...

Festival of lights just became brighter! ISS astronaut shares image of...

New Delhi: Over the years, numerous photographs of India during the festival of Diwali 'as seen from space' have been passed and spread around,...

Colliding Neutron Star Discovery Could Solve This Mystery About Our Expanding...

Today, physicists across the world celebrated as telescopes and observatories on Earth and in space captured a "kilonova." Two neutron stars collided 130 million...

There’ll Be Something in Your Eye as You Watch These Kids...

So far, 2017 hasn't exactly been a great year, but if you look hard enough, you'll find the world is still filled with wonderful...

Small asteroid to zoom past Earth on Thursday, says NASA

New Delhi: American space agency NASA has reported that a small asteroid will safely whizz past Earth on Thursday at a distance of approximately...

It was always crazy to shoot for Mars before colonising the...

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Compound Associated With Life Found in Two Very Different Locations in...

Searching for alien life in the vast expanse of the universe is somewhat comparable to tracking animals here on Earth. Astronomical observatories scan the...