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There's small black holes and supermassive black holes, but where are all the medium-sized black holes?
For decades, scientists have been searching for ghostly neutrino particles from outer space, and now they have finally found them.
Astronomers have found a mind-bogglingly large structure -- so big it takes light 10 billion years to traverse -- in a distant part of the universe.
Traveling to another star is not impossible -- we just need to comprehend the vast distances, time and energies required before we can master the interstellar ocean. Continue reading →
Scientists on the hunt for the first galaxies formed after the universe’s creation have a new milestone -- an unexpectedly active galaxy that existed just 700 million years after the Big Bang.
The depths of the famous Abell 1689 galaxy cluster has been studied by the Hubble Space Telescope, revealing the faint light of 10,000 previously undiscovered globular clusters.
A powerful NASA space telescope has found not one, but 10 monster black holes lurking in the hearts of distant galaxies.
No, our central supermassive black hole hasn't been caught snacking again, the peanut is the shape of the central bulge of our galaxy.
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