The unexpected discovery suggests that one in five galaxies in the ancient universe may be concealed behind dust.
A new study has "cast serious doubt" on a ubiquitous galactic feature that may require exotic physics to explain.
Ziri Younsi, a member of the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration, explains how scientists managed to photograph a black hole across 55 million light years.
The Event Horizon Telescope has taken the best images yet of a radiant jet shooting out of the nearest active galaxy to the Milky Way.
Researchers applied a cosmological tool to archaeology for the first time, revealing “invisible centers of gravity” across a vast funerary landscape.
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.
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.
A new Odd Radio Circle (ORC) appears to span a million light years, and contains a clue that could explain these ghostly structures.
Nobody knows what causes quasi-periodic eruptions (QPEs), but a new study has found a much more efficient way of detecting these mysterious explosions.
What astronomers found in the most precise time measurement of a fast radio burst ever captured.
Spectacular new images of the large-scale structures that link our universe were captured from the Chilean desert.
The radio emissions traveled 13 billion light years to Earth and are the most distant ever detected.