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baby planet

Astronomers think they just watched a planet be born

May 21st, 2020

A baby planet was just spotted by scientists using the Very Large Telescope in Chile. The object, a swirling mass of matter surrounding a central point in space, is believed to be the first in-progress planet spotted by scientists. As telescope technology improves, our ability to study and understand what is happening in other star …

black hole photo

We’re probably about to see the first-ever photograph of a black hole

April 2nd, 2019

Black holes are so strange that they’re kind of hard to wrap your brain around. They’re super-dense objects with gravitational pull so strong that nothing can escape them and, while we know they exist, astronomers have never actually photographed one. Weird, right? When it comes to spotting a black hole the distance is really what …

dying star photo

This is what a star looks like when it dies

January 23rd, 2019

Our Sun is one of the reasons we’re all here today and we simply couldn’t exist without it, but it won’t be around forever. At some point far in the future our Sun will die, and when it does it’ll probably look a lot like this image captured by the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large …

star cluster photo

New telescope camera snaps gorgeous image of distant star cluster

July 11th, 2018

NASA regularly delivers outer space eye candy snapped with its various telescopes, but the European Southern Observatory has plenty of star-gazing power as well, and it just released a new piece of “celestial art” that will stand toe-to-toe with any space photo you’ve ever seen. Captured with the newly installed HAWK-I infrared imager on the …