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The heaviest black hole collision might be a boson star merger, study

The result would provide the first observational evidence for a long sought dark matter candidate.

Water may be present during the very formation of a planet

The Milky Way may be swarming with planets with oceans and continents like here on Earth.

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe captured stunning views of Venus

A striking image of the planet’s nightside from 7,693 miles away.

Streams of cold gas provisioned early, massive galaxies

The larger the galaxy, the more cold gas it needs to coalesce and grow.

Dark matter could have formed supermassive black holes, study

The result has key implications for cosmology in the early Universe.

Astronomers found the squashed stellar core that was left behind by a famous supernova

A reclusive neutron star may have been found in a famous supernova.

Scientists have uncovered a gigantic cosmic particle accelerator

The study offers evidence that neutrinos can be powerful natural particle accelerators.

Large galaxies strip star-forming gases from their small satellite galaxies

These are the deepest observations and the largest sample of atomic and molecular gas in the local Universe.

All high-energy cosmic neutrinos are born by quasars, claimed scientists

Some neutrinos are born in the earth's atmosphere and even in the Ice Cube detector during the interaction of cosmic rays with matter.