VT 1137-0337, identified in a dwarf galaxy 395 million light-years away, is possibly the youngest neutron star observed, offering insights into the early stages of neutron star evolution.
The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) was shut down, marking an end to its unique contributions in observing the infrared universe from above 99% of Earth's atmospheric water.
Astronomers discovered a small, cold exoplanet alongside its massive outer companion, enhancing our understanding of planet formation and detection methods for Earth-like bodies.
Researchers identified potential liquid solvents to extract building materials from lunar and Martian rock dust, a step forward in space construction technology.
Confirmation of an ancient lake on Mars boosts excitement for the Perseverance Rover's sample collection, potentially revealing past habitable conditions.
Observations indicate that stars travel more slowly at the Milky Way's edge, adding new details to our understanding of galactic dynamics.
A unique astrophysical jet was caught exceeding speed limits, providing valuable insights into the dynamics of jet propulsion in space.
Studies suggest atmospheric pressure changes might drive the elusive methane pulses on Mars, offering clues to its atmospheric processes.
Records of cometary dust impacts on the asteroid Ryugu offer insights into the solar system's history and material composition.
The MeerKAT telescope uncovered either the lightest black hole or the heaviest neutron star known, challenging our understanding of stellar end states.