A new map of the universe has been made available free to the public, showing the cosmos in unprecedented color and detail.
For the first time, scientists have mapped the dark matter around distant galaxies in a cosmological analysis that studies high redshift galaxies, according to new research.
As NASA gears up for the release of the first images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope, we look at a stunning "teaser" dropped in advance of the July 12 release.
With questions like those surrounding dark matter, we should resist the temptation of explaining away anomalies based on past knowledge.
Our observation of the behavior of galaxies reveals phenomena that have received surprisingly little attention in the scientific literature.
New research indicates that galaxies consume gas clouds to form stars and then release polluted gases back out into their environment.