Scientists have recently discovered these strange noodle-like structures within neutron stars called Nuclear Pasta.
Benjamin Deaver, Contributor
Observations of the region beyond the planet Neptune are giving astronomers fresh understanding of our solar system's history – and may reveal a new planet.
Peter Gwynne, Contributor
New observations point to processes driving away the atmosphere, rendering the planet's surface inhospitable to life.
Ramin Skibba, Contributor
In a new book, Sean Carroll brings together physics and philosophy while advocating for "poetic naturalism."
New research explains the careful choreography of a multi-planet system called Kepler-233.
Abigail Malate, Staff Illustrator
Astronomers examine pairs of tiny colliding galaxies, twisting each other and tugging at their clouds of gas.
After top dark matter candidate fizzles out, physicists look to more exotic realms.
Images of distorted galaxies provide a new resource for studying dark matter and dark energy.
Our planet might not have always been the biggest rock in the inner solar system.
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