Decoding Signals From Space

Faced with datasets of galactic proportions, astronomers are turning to supercomputers to reconstruct the universe’s dynamic past and better understand its expansive present and future.

44 New Planets Identified Beyond Our Solar System

Researchers in Japan, the US and Europe have confirmed the existence of 44 exoplanets and shed light on their sizes, temperatures and orbits.

Ready For Liftoff

With technological advances lowering barriers to entry for startups and smaller players, it’s all systems go for Singapore space tech.

China Builds World’s Largest Something

Just how accurate are the reports, chatter and hype surrounding China’s glittering new Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope?

This Is What Happens When A Supermassive Black Hole Destroys A Star

A radio telescope network the size of the Earth has revealed what happens when a supermassive black hole destroys a star.

NAOC & CSIRO Develop World’s Largest Single Dish Telescope

Chinese and Australian teams are collaborating on the design and construction of the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope in China.

Discovery Of Most Powerful Supernova To Date

Researchers have observed a super-luminous supernova explosion which is twice as powerful as the previous record holder.