Black holes are some of the most exotic objects in the universe and new research now predicts the...Read More
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A team of astronomers led by the University of Southampton have uncovered the largest cosmic...Read More
Hidden supermassive black holes are more likely to expand inside galaxies that are on a collision...Read More
A superflare with a very massive, high-velocity prominence eruption has been observed by a team of...Read More
Astronomers have detected the closest example yet of a black hole devouring a star, a process...Read More
For the first time, astronomers have observed, in the same image, the shadow of the black hole at...Read More
Astronomers are one step closer to discovering the secrets of the cosmic dawn to identify how...Read More
Scientists have created a 2D map of a distant ‘disk wind’ in a neutron star system which may...Read More
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