The mysterious super puff planets are sometimes referred to as “cotton candy planets” because they sport the density of cotton candy. New […]

Mars is the fourth planet from our Sun, as well as the second-smallest major planet in our Sun’s family after […]

Observing Type Ia supernovae must be accomplished quickly. This is because they flare into existence, and then dim to darkness, within only […]

Giant Planets vs. Stellar Runts Brown dwarf stars are true oddballs. Indeed, their very existence presents astronomers with an enticing […]

Brown dwarf stars are often referred to as “failed stars” because they were born with insufficient mass to light their […]