These few pixels are the signature of a gamma ray burst, an enormous explosion that took place 12 billion years ago at the edge of the visible Universe.
A NASA spacecraft gets lucky with this zoomed-in view of a massive coronal mass ejection.
If you have some fancy airplanes, and some bombs, you can find a good reason to blow up pretty much anything.
Generally, it's DVICE policy not to recommend that you mix alcohol and explosions. Except, this is cool enough to watch that we'll make an exception.
If you were looking at the Moon last September and thought you saw something blow up, that might be because something blew up.
Supernovae are a hot, sloshy mess. In other news, "sloshy" is now a scientific term.
What better way to celebrate a new game console launch than by taking a .50 caliber sniper rifle to its chest?
Beer. Explosions. Don't try this while drunk, while sober, at home, or anywhere else.
New NASA footage reveals what is the biggest meteor impact ever recorded on the surface of the Moon.
Two galaxies, each the size of our own, are smashing into one another. With explosive results.