Wednesday, June 7, 2023


New insights into one of the cosmos’ most extreme environments

A star’s unexpected survival.

A series of simulations offer a new perspective on the Universe’s structure

The distribution of galaxies in the universe is quite different.

Chandra detected a galaxy lonelier than expected

The result may push the limits for how quickly astronomers expect galaxies to grow in the early universe.

First images released from JWST’s largest general observer program

Mosaic images from the COSMOS-Web program offer a treasure trove of early galaxies.

AI creates the Galaxy’s most precise map of star birthplaces

140,000 molecular gas clouds—where stars form—locations predicted!

A rapidly growing black hole discovered in one of the most extreme galaxies

The discovery provides new clues on the formation of the very first supermassive black holes.

Astronomers spotted a rogue supermassive black hole tearing through space

Along the way, the giant is creating shock waves and triggering star formation.

Discovery of six massive early galaxies defies prior understanding of the universe

These objects are way more massive​ than anyone expected.

Largest two-dimensional map of the sky ever created

Over One Billion Galaxies Blaze Bright in Colossal Map of the Sky

NASA’s Chandra discovers giant black holes on a collision course

This is the first evidence for such an impending encounter.

Astronomers uncovered footprints of galactic immigration in Andromeda galaxy

Striking new evidence of a large galactic immigration event in the Andromeda Galaxy.

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