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.

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)