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A new black hole image depicts one of the supermassive objects in polarized light, making it possible to see its magnetic field lines.
A distant exoplanet, GJ 1132 b, appears to have created a second atmosphere for itself after being stripped of its first.
The world’s second-largest neutrino detector is now observing “ghost particles” from below the ice of Siberia’s Lake Baikal.
A new model explains how an ancient computer known as the Antikythera Mechanism could have made complex astronomical predictions.
A space hurricane formed above the North Pole in 2014, marking the first discovery of the theorized — but never proven — extreme space weather event.
The Parker Solar Probe has taken an image of the surface of Venus that may change what we thought we knew about the planet — or possibly the probe itself.
Astronomers used supercomputers and an international network of antennas to create a map of 25,000 supermassive black holes.
A planetoid nicknamed Farfarout is officially the most distant known object in our solar system — but its reign might not last for long.
Astronomers have discovered a first-of-its-kind cloudless hot Jupiter — and it could expand our understanding of exoplanet formation.