Hubble Telescope Finds Most Distant Star Ever Seen

The Hubble Telescope has just located a star that's 12.9 billion light-years away. Find out why this discovery offers new insights into how our Universe began.

Dwarf Galaxy No Missing Matter

“Missing Matter” Missing in 19 Dwarf Galaxies

Scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have identified 19 dwarf galaxies that appear to contain none of cosmology's mysterious dark matter. Learn why this challenges the conventional wisdom about the workings of our universe. (4:00 min read)