The discovery hints that “intermediate mass” black holes may be peppered throughout the universe.
The only thing harder to see than a black hole itself is a black hole’s magnetic field.
A new survey offers the most concrete evidence yet for a roaming supermassive black hole.
In the midst of a pandemic, we still sent astronauts back into space, broke off pieces of two asteroids, stared...
A strange cosmic object may be at its center.
The brightest radio flashes in the sky likely come from the universe’s most powerful magnets.
The rare moment could teach us about stellar death.
Their work builds upon Einstein’s general theory of relativity.
It’s the largest merger ever detected.
A black hole and a gas cloud pulse together in sync—but why?
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