“This is the first burning plasma that we've ever created on the planet, so it's pretty amazing.”
What happened immediately after the Big Bang? Scientists used Bose-Einstein condensate and sound waves to try and find an answer.
Scientists used data from sensors under one mile of ice in the South Pole to to track down one of the biggest mysteries in the universe.
The quantum watch is "fully quantum mechanical in its nature" and "effectively has no sources of systematic error," scientists say.
The star, which at first glance "looks like a typical star in the solar neighborhood, is anything else but normal,” scientists say.
Scientists working in a subterranean lab in China have accomplished a key reaction that sheds light on mysteries of the first stars in the universe.
Scientists Looked for a 'New Space-Time Structure' Deep Under the South Pole. This Is What They Found
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory under the South Pole probes space-time using "ghost particles," and scientists have just published a study on their work.
Multiple telescopes clocked the massive energy jet coming in at multiple times the speed of light due to its orientation, a new study says.
The gamma ray burst is the brightest ever detected in X-rays, according to scientists, and could shed light on the most energetic phenomena in space.
The cosmic web is a vast and mysterious structure that forms the universe, and we're learning how it shapes galaxies that host stars and planets.
Scientists Discover Unexplained 'Megahalo' Structures in Space That Could Reveal Secrets of Cosmic Web Connecting Universe
A team has “discovered a new type of cosmic phenomenon” that can illuminate some of the universe's biggest mysteries.
Entangling two hyper-precise instruments at a distance will let scientists probe dark matter and space-time.