“Beyond setting a new record, we achieved things we’ve never done before and deepened our understanding of fusion physics,” said one scientist.
Scientists report the first "strong direct evidence" for a fundamental cosmic phenomenon in a region of space near the beginning of the universe.
The Big Ring, located 9 billion light years from Earth, is so huge that it challenges our current understanding of the universe.
Scientists in China report they've confirmed a link between an 8.5-year signal and a "wobble" in Earth's core that challenges earlier knowledge.
Scientists analyzing ancient Mesopotamian bricks have discovered traces of the Levantine Iron Age geomagnetic anomaly that shed light on its strength.
A new theory claims to solve one of the biggest problems in modern physics, but not everyone is convinced.
Primordial black holes can theoretically be turned into powerful and rechargeable "batteries," a new paper says. But it has some supermassive caveats.
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.
“Being a simulation is a possible consequence (or conclusion)" of the proposed second law of infodynamics, physicist Melvin Vopson says.
The discovery of unexpectedly bright galaxies in the ancient universe has flummoxed astronomers. Now, a team thinks they have an answer.
The unexplained cause of the slowed growth of the cosmic web that connects galaxies could hint at new physics.