Supermassive black holes slowly eject cold gas.
It’s the farthest, oldest, and perhaps most mysterious object we’ve ever discovered.
Too big for a planet, too small for a star.
Quite possibly the biggest question in modern science.
If confirmed, this could indicate a remarkable progress in modern physics.
Aside from the romantic aspect, the study also offers an important scientific perspective.
It’s an impressive achievement.
The thrilling discovery is confirmed.
Ready to sink your teeth into some black holes?
Can we get excited yet? Mmm no, not really.
A new study offers an unorthodox explanation for how supermassive black hole formed in the early Universe.
It’s cool, and it’s totally out there!
Many more might be lurking in the galaxy.
The Universe is flat, according to modern research. But what does that mean?
The Cassini spacecraft, which has already had a helluva ride, is preparing for an exciting stage: studying Saturn’s rings.
It’s a star party.
If there’s one thing that black holes do extremely well, it’s drawing things to them and destroying them.
NASA is preparing for a potentially game-changing mission: intercepting an asteroid and bringing a sample back home.
The European Space Agency’s Planck satellite has revealed some information which may force us to rethink the evolution of the early Universe.