Research indicates the existence of Earth-like planets in dead solar system through latest chemical analysis techniques
Satellite’s first all-sky image is the most detailed picture to date of the early Universe, giving us a better understanding of its birth.
Once only science fiction, astronomers are now finding hundreds of planetary systems beyond our own. Given recent discoveries through space exploration, it is entirely feasible that we may soon discover the existence of extra-terrestrial life forms on other planets.
Cambridge scientists have honed techniques originally developed to spot distant galaxies and used them to identify biomarkers that signal a cancer’s aggressiveness.
Astronomers using the Herschel Space Observatory have detected massive debris discs around two nearby stars hosting low-mass planets. The discovery suggests that debris discs may survive more easily in planetary systems without high-mass planets.
New professor is one of the joint discoverers of a planet orbiting a normal star beyond the Solar System.