Discovery confirms existence of orbiting supermassive black holes, in a galaxy 750 million light years away.
This amazing illustration shows the thick ring of dust that can obscure the energetic processes, that occur near the supermassive black hole, of an active
Astronomers after completing five nights of observations, might have taken the first picture of a black hole ever.
Recent observations are providing new clues about what happens when a black hole devours a star.
Swift Charts a Star’s ‘Death Spiral’ into Black Hole. In this animation you can see what happens when a star spirals into a black hole…
The Event Horizon Telescope is an experiment performed on a global array of radio telescopes, spanning from Hawaii to Chile and from the South Pole
A supermassive black hole in a small galaxy 1.8 billion light years away, has been partaking in a decade-long binge of a star.
Spinning gigantic black hole swallowing star explains superluminous event.
The filaments in this image appear to connect to the central region of the galaxy NGC 4696, a region thought occupied by a supermassive black
Take a look at this amazing video about the scale of black holes. You cannot imagine how big and massive they can really get…