Nearly 200,000 light-years from Earth, glowing gas clouds are collapsing to form new stars.
The eXtreme Deep Field image takes us back through 13.2 billion years of intergalactic evolution.
James Webb Space Telescope’s mirrors polished to incredible accuracy.
Orbiting observatory racks up milestone in study of planet 1,000 light-years away.
Pulsating star inspired Hubble’s view of a huge, expanding universe.
Chance alignments of galaxy pairs help astronomers see how dusty galaxies really are.
Are there limits to how far we can see in space? And are there parts of space we’ll never see?
Giant cosmic bubble ruled out as explanation for dark energy and accelerating universe.
Hubble does its time machine trick again, spotting the most distant galaxy yet seen.