The MMO version of Bethesda's much-loved Elder Scrolls games is finally here. This is what we've been enjoying about it.
A device known as "Sphere," attached to the Very Large Telescope in Chile, has achieved first light using three novel methods to peek into the brightness.
Bethesda is giving the world of Tamriel the MMO treatment, but does the Elder Scrolls work as an online title?
But there's a silver lining: buy the PC/Mac version now, and transfer your character to consoles later for $20, or £12.99 in the UK.
A first look at this ambitious new MMO set in the world of Skyrim and Oblivion.
Meet Herbig-Haro object HH 46/47, a very energetic youngster of a star 1,400 light-years away.
Silly asteroid, rings are for Saturn! Not anymore. Astronomers have discovered an asteroid hosting a ring system of its very own.
A photo taken at the European Southern Observatory (ESO) reveals a mass orbiting a young binary star that may just be a planet.
Thought to have the potential for liquid water, the three planets are close to Gliese 667C, a star about 22 light-years from home.
Bethesda's Elder Scrolls MMO will be out in April for PC and Mac with next-gen console versions to follow.