Webb captures gravitationally bound star clusters

An international team of astronomers have used the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope to discover gravitationally bound star clusters when the Universe was 460...

First Ever Pair of Merging Quasars at Cosmic Dawn

With the help of the powerful GNIRS instrument on the Gemini North telescope, one half of the International Gemini Observatory, supported in part by...

James Webb Space Telescope Shed Light on Early Universe Supernovae

NASA’s Webb Opens New Window on Supernova Science

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

Mitigating the need for hypothetical dark matter.

ESA’s Euclid celebrates first science: New views of the Universe

The never-before-seen images demonstrate Euclid’s ability to unravel the secrets of the cosmos.

“Plunging regions” exist around black holes in space

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

Exploring the mysterious case of the Inflated Exoplanet

Webb cracks case of inflated exoplanet

Most distant black hole merger to date observed

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

Webb Space Telescope detects atmosphere on Exoplanet 55 Cancri e

Researchers using the James Webb Space Telescope find evidence of atmospheric gases surrounding a rocky exoplanet.

Astronomers observe elusive stellar light surrounding ancient quasars

The observations suggest some of earliest “monster” black holes grew from massive cosmic seeds.

New models of the Big Bang show that the visible universe and invisible dark matter co-evolved

95% of the universe is dark, is invisible to the eye.

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.

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