The Astrophysical Journal

Black holes eat faster than previously expected

A new study is changing the way astrophysicists understand the eating habits of supermassive black holes.

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe soared through one of the most powerful coronal mass ejections

Witnessing the massive solar eruption with Parker Solar Probe.

The world’s first 3D simulations uncover the exotic supernovae’s physics

World's first high-resolution 3D radiation hydrodynamics simulations for exotic supernovae!

Supermassive black holes have a significant impact on galactic chemistry

This provides another piece of the puzzle for understanding how galaxies evolve.

Webb verifies Hubble’s measurement of the universe’s expansion rate as accurate

The role of JWST in uncovering the Hubble Tension.

Matter makes up 31% of the total amount of matter and energy in the universe

A research team relies on measuring the number of galaxy members to determine the mass of galaxy clusters.

Scientists measured the dark matter halos around ancient quasars

This is surprising!

An immense bubble of galaxies discovered

It is so huge that it spills to the edges of the sector of the sky that we were analyzing.

A remote galaxy revealed its water map

Study revealed the distribution of water within the galaxy, which formed when Universe was teenager.

Our universe may be a bit more stable than was supposed

JWST survey reveals fewer supermassive black holes than presumed.

New method gives an accurate analysis of the historical time series of images of the Sun

Understanding the dynamics of the sun, solar cycle variations in the convection zone.

Smoking-gun evidence for modified gravity at low acceleration

A new study reports conclusive evidence for the breakdown of standard gravity in the low acceleration limit.

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