Deep Space Bulletin
Archive of Astronomy News Articles
Pluto is Pink-Slipped!
What would its discoverer Clyde Tombaugh have to say? An article and commentary by Astronomer Bill Georgevich.
Earth-like planet discovered 20 light years away
A planet similar to Earth orbits a dim red star known as Gliese 581. Astronomers say the planet is composed of rock and water.
The Hadron Collider: The End of Life as We Know It?
The Large Hadron Collider will not bring the end Life as we know it — but there are some other things that might.
Halloween Comet Appears as a New Star in the Sky
Comet Holmes, first discovered in 1892, has brightened so remarkably that for a little while the constellation Perseus appears to have a new star.
A "Freakishly Massive" Star Explodes
Astronomers have seen the most powerful stellar explosion ever recorded. The “freakishly massive” star is about 150 times the mass of the Sun.
New Planet in a Sun-like Solar System
Astronomers have announced the discovery of a fifth planet around the star 55 Cancri, 41 light-years away in the constellation Cancer.
Images of the August 27, 2007 Lunar Eclipse
A complete guide to the August 2007 lunar eclipse. See images and animations.
Google Brings the Universe to a Computer Near You
Google Sky just offers detailed imagery and information of the known universe. Now anyone can explore space from their own computer.
Populating Google's Sky
Since the debut of Google Sky, astronomers have jumped in to populate it with the most recently discovered celestial objects.