Kepler 138 is a red dwarf star 218 light-years away. | SkyNews
Two exoplanets could be mostly water

Compared to Earth, the planets have lower densities, masses twice as big, and volumes that are at least three times greater.

NASA, ESA, Igor Karachentsev (SAO RAS)/Alyssa Pagan (STScI) | SkyNews
‘Peekaboo’ galaxy offers glimpse into early Universe

“Uncovering the Peekaboo Galaxy is like discovering a direct window into the past,” according to Gagandeep Anand, an astronomer at the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Orion spacecraft | SkyNews
Artemis success opens new chapter for Canada in space

Artemis II will include three Americans and a Canadian, making Canada the second nation to have an astronaut orbit the Moon.

NASA’s Cassini captured a mosaic of the surface of Enceladus on Oct. 9, 2008. (NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute) | SkyNews
Subsurface ocean could be similar to Earth’s

Researchers believe Enceladus is made from comet-like building blocks and the gas-rich ocean is a remnant of these materials.

BlueWalker 3 test satellite. (Business Wire) | SkyNews
BlueWalker 3 becomes brighter than most stars

BlueWalker’s reflective surface emits strong radio waves that could negatively impact radio astronomy.

An artist impression of a black hole swallowing a star (ESO/M.Kornmesser) | SkyNews
Light burst created as black hole devours a star

Astronomers originally thought they had detected a gamma ray burst, which is the most powerful known source of light in the universe.

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft (NASA/Johns Hopkins APL/Southwest Research Institute/Dan Durda) | SkyNews
New Horizons begins another Kuiper Belt mission

This new phase is called the second Kuiper Extended Mission, or KEM2.

Credit: (ICON/BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group) | SkyNews
ICON gets US$57M for lunar surface construction system

The contract will support ICON’s development of its Olympus construction system.

Saturn’s moon Titan, captured by the JWST’s NIRCam instrument Nov. 4, 2022. (NASA, ESA, CSA, A. Pagan (STScI). Science: Webb Titan GTO Team) | SkyNews
Clouds found over Saturn’s most mysterious moon

The clouds were first seen on November 4, and astronomers at the Keck Observatory in Hawaii did follow-up observations on November 6.