Researchers at MIT, the University of California at Santa Cruz, and other institutions have detected the first exoplanetary system, light years away, with regularly aligned orbits similar to those in our solar system.
Planet on fire. Feel why roasting marshmallows (or a camp fire, or stove, or . anything at all the retains a flame) is being taken for granted.
Full halo CME and a sun grazer comet The comet streaks in from the lower right
On July SOHO spacecraft captured an image of a huge solar flare, which unfolded over several hours.
This artist's impression shows the relative sizes of young stars, from the smallest "red dwarfs", weighing in at about solar masses, through low mass "yellow dwarfs" such as the Sun, to massive "blue dwarf" stars weighing eight times more than the Sun
Another new snapshot of Earth’s “beautiful Southern Lights” taken from the ISS on 5 July 2014. Credit: ESA/Alexander Gerst
The Printing Revolution
Sunspot has unleashed another strong flare, an class eruption on March at 0358 UT. The blast hurled a coronal mass ejection almost directly toward Earth, and produced a monstrous tsunami.
Hydrogen made with muons reveals proton size conundrum
Shrinking proton puzzle persists in new measurement - physics-math - 24 January 2013 - New Scientist
Spacecraft's behavior no longer an "unsolved problem in physics"
Spacecraft's behavior no longer an "unsolved problem in physics" New physics takes a back seat to heat in understanding the Pioneer anomaly.