The ELT will be the largest optical/near-infrared telescope in the world, with a primary mirror stretching 39 meters.
How we learn so much from seeing so little.
The James Webb Space Telescope hits another snag.
Hello DARKNESS, my new friend.
The exoplanet-hunting telescope is on its last legs.
Bad vibrations causing headaches for the Hubble successor.
The global run on GPUs to mine cryptocurrency is a thorn in the side of science.
A little cross-country journeybefore the giant leap into the unknown.
The upcoming Xinjiang Qitai 110-meter Radio Telescope will be able to hunt for distant galaxies and search for extraterrestrial life.
They are the first mirrors of what will become the world's largest telescope.
You'll want to mark your calendars for this.
It's probably not aliens.
The telescope will soon be able to search for pulsars in other galaxies.
It's an unsurprisingly delicate operation.
To see planets like ours, we need to get past the glare of alien suns.
To find planets around Alpha Centauri, the closest star system to here, a group of dreamers needs your help.
So long as you have a telescope.
MASCARA is cheap, flexible, and only requires off-the-shelf digital cameras.
And Jupiter, too.
The European Space Agency is looking for an Earth twin.
Here's the science and mechanics behind how telescopes produce their incredible images.
Because it's there?
The proposed gravitational lensing technique could produce high-quality images of exoplanets from hundreds of light-years away.
The Maui Optical and Supercomputing Observatory is strategically placed where it has a clear view of the sky virtually year round.
James Webb is only the beginning.