The galaxy is known as GLASS-z13, which dates back to 300 million years after the Big Bang, about 100 million years earlier than anything previously identified
A supermoon occurs only when the moon is within 90 per cent of the perigee, that is, the point in moon’s orbit that is nearest to the Earth, according to NASA
Explained: What are supermassive black holes, the one which was photographed at the centre of The Milky Way
Astronomers have captured the image of Sagittarius A*, the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way for the first time. Sagittarius A* is actually a supermassive black hole. We take a look at what exactly is a supermassive black hole.
The $10 billion telescope — the largest and most powerful astronomical observatory ever launched — rocketed away Christmas Day from French Guiana
Parade of planets to be visible in the night sky on 12 December: All you need to know about this celestial event
A slim crescent Moon will align with Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus, providing stargazers with a beautiful spectacle in the sky
According to ISRO officials, data from AstroSat is widely utilised for the study of various fields of astronomy, from galactic to extra-galactic and from users from all over the world.
Earth’s energy budget is out of balance: How does energy flow and what this means for climate change
Our climate is determined by these energy flows. When the amount of energy coming in is more than the energy going out, the planet warms up
Nicole Oliveira has been honoured by the International Astronomical Search Collaboration for her inputs in asteroid searches.
The last 500 orbits before the neutron stars were swallowed took less than a minute and generated as much energy as all the visible light in the observable universe.
Spectrograph to be built, developed indigenously for India's largest optical telescope Devasthal near Nainital
Indigenous world in building complex instruments in India is an important step to become 'Aatmanirbhar' in astronomy and astrophysics, an expert said.
The observation is from a 17 millisecond snapshot in time, and researchers aren't sure what happened to the bright flash outside that time frame.
In a decade, scientists expect to be able to see emissions from the pulsar better, to back their hypothesis with evidence.
The high-energy neutrino was shot out across the cosmos, travelling over 700 million light-years to an observatory below the South Pole.
Blazars, or feeding supermassive black holes, are popular astronomical subjects due to their complicated mechanism of emission.
Scientists are exploring the theory that Mars was once habitable. The Jezero Crater is thought to have hosted an ancient lake.
The study was the first 'spectral variability' survey to study how galaxies change brightness at different frequencies.
JAXA is continuing an initial examination of the asteroid samples ahead of fuller studies next year.
The gas giant was first detected in 2012 using the Wide Angle Search for Plants (WASP) South survey, but this is the first time that its atmosphere has been studied
Telescopes can detect brown dwarfs because they emit heat in the form of infrared light, left over from their formation.
The rare and recent discovery also shows that galaxies could shut down as a result of mergers.