With its second data release, the European Space Agency's Gaia satellite has redefined the way we look at our galaxy.
The transition from sodium lights to LEDs, the so-called “lighting revolution”, was supposed to reduce energy consumption and bring back the starry sky, but new satellite data indicate it’s not working out that way.
Ten years ago, La Palma was declared a "Starlight Reserve" and measures were implemented to protect its skies from light pollution. How did they work?
The European Space Agency's Gaia mission has released its first data release, mapping a billion stars across the Milky Way and beyond
A new website shows how light pollution spreads around the globe — using data gathered by its users.
Are we really doing enough to find asteroids, especially the smaller ones that could destroy a city? A private initiative urges a rapid ramp-up of the search effort — but not everyone agrees.
The top of Cerro Armazones in Chile yielded on June 19th to a blast that paves the way for the European Extremely Large Telescope.