Featured in black holes

An artistic image inspired by a black hole-neutron star merger event, with lots of blue and red hues.
Simulation of a black hole.
The first-ever image of the magnetic fields of a black hole.
Shadow of a black hole
A reconstruction of the sunspot  captured by the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope on January 28th, 2020. The original image was taken in the wavelength of 530 nanometers - in the greenish-yellow part of the visible spectrum–. Researchers modified it to show up red and orange to the naked eye
An artist's representation of the kilonova spotted by telescopes like Hubble. Kilonovas are as much as 1,000 times brighter than typical novas.
The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME), pictured here, helped pin down the mysterious signals.
This illustration depicts a star (in the foreground) experiencing spaghettification as it's sucked in by a supermassive black hole (in the background) during a 'tidal disruption event'.
Artist’s impression of binary black holes about to collide.