Strange signals picked up by the radio telescope pointed towards the stars in Parkes, Australia have a rather more mundane origin.
Each year NASA's Earth Observatory picks enlightening or incredible images of our planet taken from space and has the public vote on them in Tournament: Earth. Here are Crave's favorites.
The Solar Dynamics Observatory celebrates five years of sun-worshipping by releasing its impressive 100 millionth image of our closest star.
Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope say the star nicknamed Nasty 1 (Miss Jackson if...) doesn't behave like a typical star of its kind. Hence its bad-boy image and name.
One of the most powerful black holes in the observable universe has been revealed by NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory.
The Very Large Telescope in Chile provides what may be our best look ever at a stunningly beautiful nebula that defies its namesake.
The most adorable galaxies in the universe may be a series of far-away space blobs with a lot of room, but very few stars.
The Giant Magellan Telescope will be the world's biggest telescope -- and it will look deeper into the past than we've ever seen before.
A giant planet 11 times the mass of Jupiter has been directly photographed, the closest such planet to Earth we've seen with our own eyes.
Comic "Modern Polaxis" has some nifty AR features for readers, but its creator decided to take it a step further and tattoo a scene straight from the book onto his forearm. If you're wondering if AR still works via tattoo, it does -- and it looks epic.