A new study sheds light on blazars, bright galaxies with black holes emitting beams of highly energetic particles that are oriented towards Earth.
Neutrinos shoot through space, planets, and our bodies near lightspeed, and uncovering their origin sheds light on a major cosmic mystery.
The blazar—powered by an extremely bright black hole that can blast a hole through galaxies—is the most ancient ever discovered, sending radio signals from the early universe
Researchers from Clemson University used almost a decade of gamma ray data to map the entire observable universe for the very first time.
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, along with over a dozen other institutions, shed light on the high-energy universe with multi-messenger astronomy.
Gamma rays are what happens when the universe says "fus ro dah."