The late physicist’s very last paper offers new insight into the black hole information paradox.
Dark matter makes up most of the universe — and we still don’t really know what it is.
It’s the first time astronomers have achieved this feat.
It’s the hungriest thing we’ve ever seen.
An incredibly fruitful mission sheds new secrets about the Milky Way.
For the first time, astronomers have managed to confirm the existence of a black hole population surrounding the core of our galaxy.
Looks like we can expect more gravitational waves in the near future.
Another discovery that cements black holes’ fundamental role in the evolution of the universe.
It’s the farthest, oldest, and perhaps most mysterious object we’ve ever discovered.
An ingenious technique could enable us to witness some of the strongest gravitational waves.
If confirmed, this could indicate a remarkable progress in modern physics.
Sometimes, even a black hole can choke on its meal.
This is one slow dance.
Your childhood fantasies weren’t all that off.
Ready to sink your teeth into some black holes?
Why blow up when you can mass up?
This was thought to be impossible to undertake until not too long ago.
In the aftermath of a titanic galactic battle, a merged black hole caused some waves.
A new study offers an unorthodox explanation for how supermassive black hole formed in the early Universe.