This photo isn’t of your typical starry night—each one of these dots is a supermassive black hole.
For almost a century, astrophysicists have struggled with the question. They’re still at it—and have some pretty wild ideas.
We Instagrammed a black hole, crash-landed tiny animals on the moon, explored the boundaries of the solar system, and more.
Our local black hole is shining extra bright, and we aren't sure why.
How to make a black hole without a star.
The Event Horizon Telescope peered into the Messier 87 galaxy.
Wednesday was a big morning for astronomers.
They’re called “supermassive” for a reason.
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