- Mystery of Ceres’ Volcanoes
- The Milky Way as Seen from Colorado
- Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower
- X-Shaped Structure Is Found at the Center of the Milky Way
- Hubble Uses Galaxy Clusters as Natural Lens to Collect More Data
- Hubble Study Reveals Two Exoplanets May Be Habitable
- Aurora Borealis Above Lumby, British Columbia
- Rare Planetary Configuration Will Be Visible in August
- Astronomers Detected Water Snow Line Around Young Star
- Moon, Saturn, and Mars Are Forming Celestial Triangle
- The Milky Way, Seen from Yosemite National Park
- Exploring Stunning New Image of Orion Nebula
- Perseid Meteor Shower 2016
- Where Is the Coldest Spot in Our Solar System?
- Scientists Discovered New Dwarf Planet in Kuiper Belt
- Do Craters on Ceres Hide Water Ice Deposits?
- The Milky Way, Seen from Erinsville, Ontario
- Scientists Catch up Black Hole that Swallows Star
- Southern Lights, as Seen from Space
- Journey Through the Crab Nebula
- Orion Nebula – Great Stellar Nursery
- NASA’s Juno Probe Enters Jupiter’s Orbit
- Aurora Borealis, Seen from Lapland, Sweden
- Juno Mission to Jupiter
- Jovian Auroras in Ultraviolet Light
- Animated Video of Westerlund 2
- How to Understand the Size of the Milky Way?
- The Milky Way as Seen from the Inyo National Forest, California
- Planets, Constellations, and Events in July’s Night Sky
- New Infrared Image of Jupiter
- Star Trails Captured by International Space Station in 4K
- Scientists Confirm Neptune Has ‘Dark Vortex’
- Best 25 NASA’s Images of Our Universe
- Origin of Early Supermassive Black Holes
- Stereoscopic View of Earth, Mars, Pluto and Milky Way
- Electric Field of Venus
- NASA’s Discovery of Young Exoplanet Gives New Clues About Planet Formation
- The Milky Way Time-Lapse
- Jupiter, Saturn, and early Solar System
- Mediterranean Area as Seen from Space
- Tour of Comets ISON and PanSTARRS
- The Clouds of Venus
- Jupiter-Like Planet Found in Habitable Zone of Binary System
- Exoplanet CVSO 30c Is Found near the Orion’s Belt
- New Fascinating Image of Pluto Is Released – NASA
- The Milky Way Above Sleeping Volcano, Mount Adams
- Top 25 Recent Discoveries About the Universe
- Jupiter’s X-Ray Auroras
- Space Rain Surrounds Supermassive Black Hole on Galaxy Cluster Abell 2597
- The Milky Way, Seen Above Grosvenor Arch, Utah
- The Grand Valley of Mars
- The Milky Way Weighs About 700 Billion Suns
Scientists are baffled by missing craters on Ceres after they got data from NASA’s Dawn mission. According to them, it might be that icy volcanoes can be responsible for this phenomenon.
This time-lapse video consists of images taken from McInnis National Preservation Area, Colorado, on June, 24th, this year. The video is created by an astrophotographer Elii Skeans.
The Delta Aquarid meteor shower will reach its peak on July 28th and 29th. It will be visible in the Southern Hemisphere, but the shower might be observed in the Northern Hemisphere as well.
Using data from NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission, scientists found the X-shaped structure that lies at the center of the Milky Way. They published a study in the Astronomical Journal that explains the intriguing formation and can shed light on the bulge of stars in the center of the Milky Way.
The Hubble Frontier Fields program uses the galaxy cluster Abell S1063 as a cosmic lens to collect more data about deep space objects. Because of its mass, the gravitational pull of Abell S1063 forms the lensing effect that enables Hubble to locate more galaxies. One of them is an ancient galaxy that is only 1 billion years younger than the Big Bang.
Using the Hubble Space Telescope, scientists conduct a research of the atmosphere of three potentially habitable exoplanets in a nearby planetary system. They have revealed that the atmosphere of two planets known as TRAPPIST-1b and TRAPPIST – 1c possess the atmosphere similar to those of Venus, Mars, and Earth.
This time-lapse video is made by an astrophotographer, Yuichi Takasaka. The video consists of images that were taken above Lumby, British Columbia, Canada on July 12th, this year.