Scientists Just Discovered a Mysterious Object in Space That Could Change What We Know About Black Holes
It falls right in the puzzling “mass gap” where no other object has been found yet.
Scientists have discovered the first fast radio burst that beats at a steady rhythm, and the mysterious repeating signal is coming from the outskirts of another galaxy.
New research suggests the origins of one of astrophysics' greatest mysteries.
The Hitori satellite's status is unknown, after losing contact with Earth.
Defying easy explanation, it turns out that FRB 121102 is really 11 bursts, not one.
And as far as scientists know, there's only one star like it in the Andromeda Galaxy.
The first direct detection of gravitational waves is nigh, and it comes with a surround-sound system.