Scientists try to fix what happened before the Big Bang.
The brightest known ultra metal-poor star to date would unlock some secrets of the universe, according to scientists.
Scientists discover ancient gas clouds that might reveal some secrets of the universe's creation.
While suggesting that the possibility of habitable planets in globular clusters, two scientists argue life could be exciting in such clusters.
Scientists believe that the universe is dying, though there is no cause to worry.
Researchers found the stars at the center of the universe while the solar system's most distant object is said to three times father than the Pluto-Sun distance.
A study recently published claims it is possible.
GPS may soon offer insight into understanding dark matter - mysterious invisible stuff of science fiction that makes up a great portion of the universe - say a pair of scientists.
NASA recently released what it calls one of the most colorful images of deep space ever captured by the 24-year-old Hubble Telescope.
With the help of massive computer simulation, researchers have created a model of universe's evolution with new accuracy in some of the important measures. The model spans 13 billion years of cosmic evolution.
Astronomers with the help of the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey data have been able to figure out how fast the universe was expanding just 3 billion years after the Big Bang.
Planet Mercury, which is 4,880km wide, has become 7km smaller today than when its crust first solidified around four billion years ago. The innermost world shrunk as it cooled gradually.
Water has been detected on a Jupiter-sized planet outside our solar system. An international team of astronomers detected water in the atmosphere of the planet named Tau Bootis B that is nearly identical to planet Jupiter.
Scientists at MIT have reportedly captured the images of the stars among which one is being considered as the oldest one ever discovered. The findings might help in developing a better understanding of how the early universe evolved.
Black holes, which are formed from the first stars in our universe, used to heat the gas throughout the space later than earlier belief, according to a new study.