Tagged With Telescopes

A $1 billion telescope that will take pictures 10 times sharper than Hubble's is now officially under construction


China says it will launch 2 robots to the far side of the moon in December on an unprecedented lunar exploration mission


NASA's biggest-ever hunt for alien planets is finally underway — and the agency expects to discover 'strange, fantastic worlds'



The International Space Station sprang a leak yesterday — and it shows why a space junk disaster could cut off human access to space


Astronomers have recorded telescope footage of Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster flying through deep space


Astronomers may have seen the first 'alien' space rock from beyond our solar system -- but some have doubts



NASA's Cassini probe is about to plunge to its doom --  and its fiery death may be visible to telescopes on Earth


Astronomers think there's another planet in our solar system -- here's everything we know about 'Planet 10'


NASA's newest space telescope 'will discover thousands of planets' -- including a handful of worlds that may be habitable to aliens


This telescope can see a car from the moon -- here's what it could find in space


Astronomers have found 7 Earth-size planets circling a dwarf star -- and some might be able to host life


An asteroid is about to slip between Earth and the moon -- and it will be the second in 3 weeks



An asteroid just flew by Earth about 50% the distance to the moon, and we barely saw it coming


Another Earth might exist right next door -- and this dinky DIY telescope may be the first to see it


Astronomers have found 'intriguing' shadows in new photos of alien solar systems


Here's how space would look if you had superhuman vision



One of the most violent stellar battles in the galaxy has finally been photographed


Astronomers discovered something violent in this rare space 'blob' that solves a 15-year-old mystery


People are flocking to this part of the US where using your cell phone means breaking the law


The next Vice President gets to live somewhere much cooler than the White House