Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

A new study shows, for the 1st time, that gravity can exist without mass

Mitigating the need for hypothetical dark matter.

Milky Way’s last major galactic collision happened much more recently than previously thought

The data supporting these findings were collected via the European Space Agency’s Gaia spacecraft.

“Plunging regions” exist around black holes in space

Einstein’s theory predicted that this final plunge would exist.

Most distant black hole merger to date observed

The first time that this phenomenon has been detected so early in the Universe.

The first high-resolution map of a massive explosion

A gas outflow so large that it would take 20,000 years for light to travel from one side to the other.

Purple may be the new green for alien life, study

Unveiling the enigmatic purple worlds.

Hubble reveals the Drifting Binary Pairs of Ageing Brown Dwarfs

A new study using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has found that brown dwarfs, interstellar objects that are larger than Jupiter but smaller than...

Milky Way’s black hole is ready for a kick

How rapidly the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole is spinning?

The Milky Way’s core may contain less dark matter than previously estimated

Stars travel more slowly at Milky Way’s edge.

Stunning new images reveal the real looks of Neptune and Uranus

The two ice giants are actually far closer in colour.

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