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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.
An AI trained to spot signs of fresh craters on Mars in photos of the Martian surface has already discovered dozens of new impacts.
Scientists may have recorded the "hum" of the universe for the first time by measuring irregularities in gravitational waves.
Using data from the Gaia spacecraft, ESA scientists predict where 40,000 stars in the Milky Way will be 1.6 million years from now.
Saturn’s moon Enceladus is already suspected of hosting extraterrestrial life, and new Cassini data suggests where that life might exist.
Scientists found the gas, phosphine, in Venus’ atmosphere. So far, the only explanation is alien life.
Bacteria that survived on the outside of the ISS for three years suggests that panspermia is still a viable theory for the origin of life on Earth.
The largest body in the asteroid belt, the dwarf planet Ceres may hide a salty subterranean sea.