TOO BIG, TOO SOON Supermassive black holes that are actively feeding on gas and dust, like the one shown in this artist’s rendition, have been spotted in the early universe — before they should have had time to grow.
FOLLOW THE ICE A wall of ice in the shadows of Ceres’ Juling crater, shown here in an image taken by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, grew by about 50 percent over the course of six months.
JPL-Caltech/NASA, UCLA, MPS, DLR, IDA
ULTIMATE DESTINATION NASA has chosen Ultima Thule as the name of the next destination of the New Horizons spacecraft, depicted in this artist’s impression as a binary system.
Steve Gribben/SwRI/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/NASA