This Hubble Image Is a Premonition of the Sun’s Violent Death
We tend to think of the Sun as the essential life-giver, what with all of its contributions to fostering ecosystems on Earth.But our star can also be a stone cold comet killer, as demonstrated by new imagery from the Hubble Space Telescope
On Sept. 1, the SDO captured a rare sight.
New images of the edge of the Sun show the origin of solar wind.
A comet traveling faster than any object in the solar system was just ripped apart by the Sun.
Space acrobatics is all part of the job for NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory.
These solar storms can inform the search for alien life.
Tonight’s “Mars opposition” will offer a rare, vivid look at the rusty red planet.
The most powerful experimental fusion reactor is under budget and a decade behind schedule.
Exploring the relationship between planets’ magnetospheres and solar winds could ultimately help identify habitable exoplanets.