- The Boston Globe4 hours ago
New research suggests that all stars are born in pairs, according to a press release from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
- SPACE.com via Yahoo News16 hours ago
In the new study, Lingam (who's based at Harvard University) and Loeb (who chairs Harvard's astronomy department and also works at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics ...
- MSN News2 days ago
Scientists model the planets around Trappist-1 and decide that if there's life on one of these planets, there's probably life on more than one of them.
- MSN News5 days ago
Smithsonian astrophysicist Martin Elvis would like to see astronomers take on a crucial role for future asteroid mining: as astronomical prospectors scoping out the next big catch.
- MSN News7 days ago
Life on one planet could easily spread to another, according to the numbers
- Southwest Iowa's daily newspaper1 day ago
Much to the surprise of scientists working on the project, indications now show our home Milky Way Galaxy is moving faster than once thought and, although the event is millions of years in the ...
- SPACE.com via Yahoo News4 days ago
"Chat" Hull, an astronomer and NRAO Jansky Fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and lead author on the new study. "This is exciting ...
- MSN News6 days ago
Every few years, Congress and the administration pass a NASA Authorization Act, which gives the U.S. Space Agency its marching orders for the next few years. Amongst the many pages of the 2017 ...