Mordecai-Mark Mac Low and Carter Emmart of the American Museum of Natural History discuss the cosmic web in an episode of Motherboard’s “Space Show.”
The largest spinning objects in the universe are filled with galaxies, and the finding hints that things in the cosmos may be far more dynamically connected than previously imagined.
The CHIME collaboration announced the detection of 535 fast radio bursts (FRBs), the biggest haul from a single survey ever.
A new map of the dark matter web that connects our universe is the largest of its kind, and is part of a huge new batch of papers about the universe's structure.
Spectacular new images of the large-scale structures that link our universe were captured from the Chilean desert.
A new study reveals “by far the best evidence” for the elusive cosmic filaments that supercharge ancient galaxies with cold gas.
The oddly coherent motion of small satellite galaxies is challenging our accepted model of the universe.
It has taken virtually the entire lifespan of the universe for the light from the 'Web of the Giant' to reach Earth.
An international team of scientists has discovered a filament of a fundamental structure known as the cosmic web hiding in the 'Zone of Avoidance,' and it's one of the biggest structures ever seen by humans.
'Dark Emulator' churns out virtual universes in seconds, so scientists can probe mysterious large-scale dark matter structures that may be key to galaxy formation.
Scientists are finding that galaxies can move with each other across huge distances, and against the predictions of basic cosmological models. The reason why could change everything we think we know about the universe.