The first time we've caught a baby black hole in action.
Astrophysicists measured all of the lights.
What this new research means for radio astronomy
Meanwhile in space: moon activity and satellites watching satellite launches .
In the December 1980 issue of Popular Science, a 38-year-old theoretical physicist answers the ultimate question about the universe.
All that glitters is a neutron star collision.
The observatory could eventually detect a new collision every day.
OSIRIS-REx will launch tomorrow, possibly with my germs onboard
Warping space to fight infinities
An excerpt from the June 1962 issue of Popular Science, in honor of Glenn's 95th birthday
He passed away just one day before the 45th anniversary of his lunar landing
If true, the discovery would support one of Einstein's major predictions.
Just an easy quantum procedure
A Gallery Of Photos Curated By The Person Who Made Most Of Them
Holograms? Alternate universes? Here's what the famous physicist's announcement really means
Scientists zero in on the size, shape, and speed of the gas that reconfigures galaxies
A new kind of space weather
And it's much bigger than we expected.
Scientists at NASA used x-ray 'echoes' to look inside a black hole
Also in space: A neighborhood of black holes, a new (and old) reason to study Venus' clouds, and the end of the Lunar XPrize.
Luckily for us, nothing like this is actually happening nearby.
That's the latest theory, at least