Milky Way’s black hole is ready for a kick

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

Black holes or galaxies? Which came first?

The findings 'completely shake up' what we know about galaxy formation.

Astrophysicists discover new clues to the origins of the universe and dark matter

A group of astrophysicists from the United States, Italy, and Japan, led by UCLA astrophysicists, has discovered new clues to the origins of the...

Gemini South telescope captures stunning image of peculiar galaxy with twisted dust lanes

Astronomers have revealed new details about a peculiar galaxy, NGC 4753, located about 60 million light-years away in the constellation Virgo. The galaxy, which...

Black hole feasts: 18 black holes spotted gobbling up nearby stars

The detections more than double the number of known TDEs.

Astronomers figured out how to measure the speed of dark matter

Lopsided galaxies shed light on the speed of dark matter.

Hubble Telescope detects water vapour in the atmosphere of smallest exoplanet GJ 9827d

Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have made a groundbreaking discovery in their search for exoplanets. For the first time, they have detected...

Galaxy Mergers unveil the mystery of inexplicable hydrogen emission in early Universe

Astronomers have long been puzzled by the detection of light from hydrogen atoms in the very early universe. According to theory, the abundant Lyman-α...

Searching for dark matter in gaps between stars

Astronomers anticipate upcoming images of the Andromeda galaxy may hold vital clues.

Almost invisible dwarf galaxy challenges the dark matter model

The largest and most diffuse galaxy known.

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