A new analysis of Hubble data has revealed the best candidate yet for a type of black hole that nobody has seen yet, and it gave itself away by tearing a star apart.
For years, scientists debated whether the glow was a telltale sign of dark matter. A new study refutes that theory, but that only deepens the mystery.
Apparently, she's far from the first person to accidentally swallow an entire spoon.
NGC 3079 is spitting out particles that balloon across thousands of light years in space.
“This name reminds us that it is in the human genes to explore.”
They're unnerving, like I'm being gaslit.
This image provides unprecedented insight into the formation of black holes over the course of billions of years.
Four and a half billion light years from Earth, a black hole is lost and throwing a tantrum.