In case you didn't know, a huge -- like, on a galactic scale -- cloud of gas is currently speeding toward our galaxy at 700,000 mph.
The space telescope has captured a stunning view of a galaxy that just won't conform to a regular shape.
All good parties, no matter how good-natured, will inevitably leave behind some damage -- and this also rings true for young stars letting off some steam in a star-forming nebula.
NASA will begin work on the next big space telescope after the James Webb Space Telescope, the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope, which will be constructed from a refurbished military spy telescope.
Once thought to be in a class all by itself, astronomers have discovered the monster star's distant cousins.
NASA's infrared space telescopes have teamed together to seek out the heated glow created by the bow shocks from speedy 'runaway stars.'
Right in time for the release of the new 'Star Wars' movie, Hubble spies a young star with some very Jedi-like qualities.
An ancient supernova that was serendipitously captured in four Hubble space telescope images thanks to a naturally occurring cosmic magnifying lens has reappeared, as astronomers predicted.
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