Galaxy Formation: Artists' Conception of Wolfe Disk Galaxy

Galaxy Formation: New Wolfe Disk Upends Old Theories

Galaxy Formation in the early Universe was thought to be a chaotic series of collisions. Find out how a newly discovered disk galaxy calls that idea into question. (4:00 min read)

Starlink Satellite - View of Earth

Starlink Satellites or Clear Skies – Which Comes First?

Starlink satellites are part of a plan to provide satellite internet access to everyone. Find out how they affect astronomy and stargazing worldwide. (6:00 min read)

Laws of Nature Blackboard with Formulas

Laws of Nature May Not Be Constant After All

The Laws of Nature are said to be constant throughout the universe. Find out how a new study challenges this fundamental principle of science. (5:00 min read)

Something Versus Nothing - Big Bang Explosion

Something Versus Nothing: Can Neutrinos Explain It?

Most of us have asked ourselves why there is something versus nothing in the universe. Find out how neutrino particles point to the answer. (5:00 min read time)

Apollo 13 Service Module Damage

Apollo 13: The Hero’s Journey as Successful Failure

Apollo 13 is now remembered by NASA as a “successful failure.” Find out how the crew narrowly escaped death, becoming heroes along the way. (8:00 min read)

Faint Satellite Galaxies Network Diagram with Milky Way in Centre

Can Faint Satellite Galaxies Solve Dark Matter Mystery?

We may have 150 faint satellite galaxies orbiting the Milky Way. Find out how this could help explain the mystery of dark matter in the universe. (4:00 min read)

Planets Without Suns - Planet with hot, molten surface.

Planets Without Suns: Can They Sustain Life?

Planets without suns float around orphaned in interstellar space. We've always assumed they couldn't support life. Find out why that view is changing. (4:30 min read)

Massive Stars Forming in Tarantula Nebula

Massive Stars: Can They Form on Their Own?

Massive stars produce the heavier elements from which we're all made. Find out how the Hubble Telescope is shedding new light on where they came from. (4:30 min read time)

Hubble Bubble - Universe Expanding From Big Bang

Are We Inside A Hubble Bubble?

When we measure the rate at which the universe expands, our two answers don't match. One scientist says its because we're in a Hubble Bubble. Find out more. (4:00 min read)