Light emitted by burning hydrogen makes identifying newly-forming planets easier.
Evidence of ancient civilizations is unearthed by orbiting satellites.
Experts believe debris to be part of a prior lunar mission.
The sweet treat goes back millions of years longer than previously known.
Using a 42-inch radio telescope array called the Allen Telescope Array in Northern California, the SETI Institute team has been monitoring a star in the constellation Cygnus for radio readings since Oct. 15
Expect a spectacular display of lights and fireballs as the Taurid meteor shower is on display until the end of next week.