21 min ago | Boing Boing
Writers Jasmina Tesanovic and Bruce Sterling visit the Sardinia Radio Telescope, a large, fully steerable radio telescope currently which was recently completed near San Basilio, in province of Cagliari in Sardinia, Italy.
4 hrs ago | BBC News
With its 3.5m mirror and three state-of-the-art instruments, Herschel was the most powerful observatory of its kind ever put in space.
4 hrs ago | CNN
Lone Signal's website will let Earthlings submit messages for transmission to Gliese 526, a potentially habitable solar system 17 light years away.
5 hrs ago | PsychCentral
Feng shui, often called the art of placement, is an ancient oriental science incorporating astronomy, geography, environment, magnetic fields, physics and natural elements.
6 hrs ago | KTVN Reno
The Supermoon is coming. In fact, the upcoming Supermoon is being called a Super Supermoon by some.
6 hrs ago | Press & Sun-Bulletin
Astronomy programs are set for Friday and Saturday at Cherry Springs State Park.
6 hrs ago | MSNBC
Gluttonous black holes in the center of some galaxies could be precursors to the brightest objects in the known universe.
8 hrs ago | The Trussville Tribune
Astrophysicist and former NASA consultant Kevin Manning will present an astronomy program Monday, June 24 at 7 p.m. at the Clay Community Center.
13 hrs ago | Universe Today
A new analysis of data from the Chandra space telescope revealed 26 black hole candidates in the Andromeda Galaxy.
17 hrs ago | The Age
Astrophysicist Brian Schmidt says he will be forced to abandon the research that won him a Nobel prize unless Australia secures access to the latest generation of telescopes.
21 hrs ago | SpaceStories.com's Skymania News
An unusual outburst from a supposed supernova has astronomers arguing whether the star has actually exploded, or if it is still awaiting its violent death.
Comet ISON has been called the "Comet of the Century" for its potential to come very close to the sun later in the year.
The least massive galaxy in the known universe has been measured by UC Irvine scientists, clocking in at just 1,000 or so stars with a bit of dark matter holding them together.
“Finding a galaxy as tiny as Segue 2 is like discovering an elephant smaller than a mouse,” said UC Irvine cosmologist James Bullock, co-author of the paper. Astronomers have been searching for years for this type of dwarf galaxy, long predicted to be swarming around the Milky Way.
A team of researchers has discovered evidence that an planet may be forming quite far from its star - and much further than has been seen before.
The University of Wyoming is hosting middle school students from Wyoming and other states for a 10-day science camp.
Less than a hundred years ago, there was serious debate among professional astronomers about whether our Milky Way galaxy, with its many billions of stars, was the entire universe.
The successful launch of the Shenzhou-10 spacecraft marks China's coming of age as a strong player in mankind's endeavor to explore the unknown in the universe, said a U.S. scientist.