There's a cosmic web of matter running through the entire Universe, and here's the first picture of it.
Using the Hubble telescope, scientists observe some of the smallest and faintest early galaxies ever seen in our universe.
What better way to celebrate a new year than with a reminder of how insignificant our planet is in the context of the rest of the Universe.
Just be glad that these newly discovered jets of high-energy particles aren't pointing at us.
This galaxy is 13 billion years old, just 700 million years younger than the age of the Universe itself.
Scientists team up to publish crowdsourced data that catalogs more than 300,000 galaxies close to the Milky Way.
NASA's Swift satellite gives us the most detailed ultraviolent maps of the two nearest galaxies to Earth.
Everybody loves a swirly straw, even forming galaxies.
Densely populated galaxy clusters hold the key to seeing the impossible through the warping of space.
Two galaxies, each the size of our own, are smashing into one another. With explosive results.