♫Fly me to the moon...♫
No Pluto, sorry :(.
To find yourself, look to the stars.
You're probably out of this world.
The truth is out there...or is it?
Can you tell which of these images is from a Star Wars film and which is from reality?
Sending tweets and prayers during this difficult planetary alignment.
"OMG! Where did you get that?" —everyone to them
As if you needed an excuse to use this stuff.
Watch out, these gifts will make kids so much smarter than you are.
Some things are too good to give away.
Pluto wouldn't like this quiz.
More like T-aww-rget. The products in this post were updated in October 2017.
Nothing to freak out about – we're just unbelievably small flecks of stardust in a giant, scary universe.
Why did a chicken burger go to space before me?
Hint: This isn’t your typical August night sky.
Everyone wants a dog!
Sometimes the surface of a planet can look a lot like Swiss cheese tbh.
The Kepler mission, which has been hunting for exoplanets since 2009, just found 219 potential new worlds, bringing its total up to over 4,000.
The answer is written in the stars. Or this quiz.
Compared to the universe, you're nothing more than a speck of dust, but you're the most complex speck of dust in existence.
Mercury in retrograde. Jupiter throwing storm tantrums. Uranus rolling around the floor, like GUYS.
Or are they already here...
They're pretty...out of this world, amirite?
This is the question that everybody is pondering right now.
All of the planets may contain liquid water, and three of them are "firmly located" in the habitable zone, NASA announced Wednesday.
Look to the stars for inspiration.
Sleep under the stars every night.
Because living on Earth can be a little too much to handle sometimes.
Juno left Earth in 2011 and is designed to study how Jupiter formed. It began circling the planet late Monday after an “orbit insertion burn.”
Would you enjoy life on Mars more than Pluto?
There are now 3,264 known planets outside our solar system.
Do you have an astronomical amount of knowledge?
The future is terrifying, but also kind of cool?
You can spend hours just staring at this stuff...
Will your science skills hold up?
Can you tell the difference between Mercury and the Moon?
Far out, man.
"They're like tiny ice cream poops!"
NASA has released breathtaking new images of Jupiter taken by the Hubble Space Telescope - and they confirm that the planet's Big Red Spot is shrinking.
But, like, in a good way.
Like... Do you remember ANY science?
"We are on a marble floating in the the middle of nothing. When you come face to face with that it's staggering."
Don't let the Red Planet make you red in the face!
Is that Mars? The answer may surprise you!
You are actually really tiny.
NASA just spent a ridiculous amount of money on a drive-by snapshot of Pluto.
Following the Pluto flyby, a galaxy of feels.
We never gave up on you, lil buddy.