Scientists Are Now Close to Finding a Mysterious Planet That Explains Strange Cosmic Phenomena, Study Reports
Researchers have excluded 78% of the search field for the hypothetical Planet 9; astronomer Michael Brown says it may now be found within a few years.
An exceptionally old and luminous black hole is challenging what astronomers understand about their birth and evolution.
The source of the Amaterasu particle, named after the Japanese sun goddess, is a "big mystery."
The "Cosmic Vine" is a massive structure in the cosmic web that links 20 galaxies in the early universe.
The explosion was a million times brighter than all the stars in our galaxy and left behind elements essential to life on Earth.
“You never know what the next burst is going to tell you."
"There is a small community of people" that specialize in the field of astrophotonics, said one scientist, "and it's growing over time."
The unexplained cause of the slowed growth of the cosmic web that connects galaxies could hint at new physics.
Black holes have been caught "burping" up star remains in a discovery that raises more questions about these objects.
A dozen of the world’s best telescopes were enlisted to explain the behavior of an object that has puzzled scientists for more than a decade.
“I was feeling like I was dreaming. It seemed so unreal. This is because my results did not match any previous results," said astronomer Kyu-Hyun Chae.
A Radio Signal In Space Has Been Repeating Every 21 Minutes for 30 Years And Scientists Don't Know Why
The source of the radio pulse is likely from some kind of exotic dead star, but its unique properties so far defy explanation.