The Red Crater Clock

Seismic signals indicate that Mars is struck by approximately 300 basketball-sized meteorites each year, providing a novel method for dating planetary surfaces.

The Blackest Wind

Magnetic processes drive galactic winds, suggesting galaxies control their growth similarly to star formation, offering new insights into galaxy evolution.

Wobbling Stars and Super Earths

The TESS-Keck Survey has identified 15 new exoplanets and measured the masses of 126, providing crucial insights into their compositions and advancing our understanding of planetary systems

Secrets Beneath the Ice

Recent research advances our understanding of icy moons like Enceladus and Europa, revealing potential for detecting extraterrestrial life through the analysis of ejected ice grains containing organic material.

Nuclear Transmutations

Scientists have developed a new technique to make nuclear waste safer by transforming it into stable elements, inspired by neutron star observations, promising advancements in clean energy and waste management.

Consumed Stars

Scientists have detected the faint glow of stars stripped of gas by voracious companions, revealing cosmic cannibalism through precise telescopic measurements.

Over Martian Shores

Mars’ water history, studied by NASA’s Perseverance rover in the Jezero crater, suggests past habitability and enlightens its climatic past.

Cosmic Reflections

Researchers have discovered a young Earth-sized planet orbiting a Sun-like star, ideal for studying planetary evolution.

In Venusian Skies

Venus’s clouds, rich in sulphuric acid and iron minerals, significantly influence its atmosphere and weather patterns.

Musical Measurements of the Spheres

Astronomers have used asteroseismology, the analysis of star vibrations, to precisely determine the distances of stars from Earth.