Space Exploration News

Mysterious pre-supernova illuminates stars’ violent death throes

Researchers at the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) have discovered a pre-supernova that could shed light on the death throes of stars.

Understanding the dark Universe with the Euclid mission

Discussing the Euclid mission and its ambitions to better understand the Universe’s mysterious dark matter and dark energy.

Evolution of the Universe influenced by light-emitting small galaxies

Researchers have solved an interstellar mystery, with small galaxies conducting a vital function in the early evolution of the Universe.

Black hole collisions provide new evidence of the Universe’s expansion

The University College London has established a new method that utilises black hole collisions to measure the Universe’s expansion.

Uncovering the origins of amino acids in the early solar system

Researchers have discovered meteorite amino acids derived from substrates that were more widely available in the early solar system.

The SKA Observatory has announced its novel future branding

The formally known SKA Observatory, based at the iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory, has divulged its future SKAO branding.

Chemical signature discovered on exoplanet for the first time

A collective of international researchers has identified a novel chemical signature in an exoplanet’s atmosphere for the first time ever.

Ancient icy clouds may hold the answer to water on Mars

Researchers from the University of Chicago believe that icy clouds have solved the interstellar mystery of water on Mars.

Mars’ subsurface holds the right conditions for microbial life

A new study conducted by Brown University researchers suggests that Mars’ subsurface has the right conditions for present-day microbial life.

Exploring the far side of the Moon and beyond with NESS

Dr Jack Burns, of the Network for Exploration and Space Science, discusses missions to the far side of the moon and beyond.

ALMA discovers rotating infant galaxy with aid of natural cosmic telescope

Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and the gravitational lens effect, astronomers have discovered a rotating infant galaxy.

Radio telescope discovers dense and spinning neutron star

Using the Murchison Widefield Array telescope, astronomers have discovered a pulsar – a dense and rapidly spinning neutron star sending radio waves into the cosmos.

Space Exploration

This section on space exploration focuses on the developments made from man’s journey through space, while also reporting on studies and research that involves the use of unmanned space vehicles.

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Here you can find all the latest research and discovery in the field of space exploration.