Attend the birth of the universe to learn what science knows about the Big Bang.
Dive deep into Mercury, a planet that has eluded astronomers for centuries.
Learn how cosmic rays carry details about powerful yet unseen events in space.
Explore the Fermi paradox: why haven't we uncovered another civilization?
Check out Landsat 8, the satellite revealing complex details about our planet.
For decades, orbiters and tiny vehicles have roamed Mars, searching for signs of life. Get the latest scoop from Curiosity, a car-sized Mars rover with an impressive arsenal of scientific tools.
A closer look at constellations reveals more than just star shapes that represent gods travelling across the heavens. Dive deep into these star clusters to uncover beautiful nebulas and galaxies that are billions of years old, among other surprises.
We can’t see it, but dark energy is thought to be a main force shaping the universe. View the latest work to reveal the mysteries of this phenomenon, including a dark energy camera and telescope that will search for it in the movement of galaxies.
More than just celestial spectacles, lunar and solar eclipses reveal a great deal about Earth. Find out what we can learn about our planet when it plays hide-and-seek with the sun and moon.
Take an intimate look at the real lives of stars and what they’re made of. Find out why these celestial bodies appear in different colours, what their temperature reveals about their composition, and how stars create matter.
Explore answers to an age-old question: was the universe made just for us? Hear what science has to say about the “anthropic principle,” whether the world was created in a way that compels life to exist, and the possibility of a multiverse.
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