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An artist’s impression of the the NGC 1851E binary system, looking over the shoulder of the dark mystery companion star. MPIfR; Daniëlle Futselaar (

Black hole, neutron star or something new? We discovered an object that defies explanation

It’s too heavy to be a neutron star and too light to be a black hole. So what is it?
ESA/Webb, NASA & CSA, A. Martel

Why is the sky dark at night? The 200-year history of a question that transformed our understanding of the Universe

The darkness of the night sky seems so obvious as to need no explanation – yet it has intrigued and baffled scientists for centuries.
The star system V883 Orionis contains a rare star surrounded by a disk of gas, ice and dust. A. Angelich (NRAO/AUI/NSF)/ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)

Water in space – a ‘Goldilocks’ star reveals previously hidden step in how water gets to planets like Earth

Astronomers have long known where water is first formed in the universe and how it ends up on planets, asteroids and comets. A recent discovery has finally answered what happens in between.

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