A black hole is an astronomical object with a gravitational pull so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape it.
Death by spaghettification: ESO telescopes record last moments of star devoured by a black hole.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2020 awarded to to Penrose, Genchel and Gez, pioneering in the research of black holes.
The two black holes that spiraled together to produce the gravitational wave event GW190521 were the most massive black holes ever seen by LIGO and
If the black hole was surrounded by a swirling disk of glowing and accreting gas, then the great gravity of the black hole would deflect
We are unveiling more and more of the secrets of the Universe which surrounds us, that including black holes, a region of spacetime where gravity
Fastest star ever observed by astronomers is moving at more than 8% the speed of light.
The telltale sign that the black hole was feeding vanished, perhaps when a star interrupted the feast. The event could lend new insight into these
Astronomers using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), have discovered the absence of an unstable massive star in a dwarf galaxy.
Astronomers may have seen for the first time, light from the merger of two black holes, providing opportunities to learn about these mysterious dark objects.