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Astronomers has detected matter wobbling around a black hole for the first time.
Astronomers, after many years, they have finally located the origin of the mysterious immense “fast radio bursts.”
The cat-like features are actually distant galaxies whose light has been stretched and bent by the large amounts of mass contained in foreground galaxies. The
A virtual telescope as big as planet Earth, will take detailed images of the very edge, or “event horizon,” of the supermassive black hole at
The giant smiley face spotted by NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, is actually two faint galaxies that seem to be smiling.
Intel has worked for the last two years to upgrade Stephen Hawking’s computer system, an assistive technology project that will have far-reaching benefits for the
More than 400 years ago, Galileo turned a primitive spyglass toward the sky, and in just a few nights learned more about the unseen heavens
This supermassive black hole, with millions to billions times the mass of our sun, lies at the heart of a galaxy called NGC 1365 and