Astronomers Discover Incredibly Rare ‘Fossil Cloud’ Created Minutes After the Big Bang
The fossil cloud is only the third of its kind ever seen by astronomers, but could pave the way for their systematic discovery in the future.
Scientists Have Measured the 'Color' of Antimatter for the First Time
It’s a finding three decades in the making.
The Astronomer Who Is Building the Largest Map of Space by Volume
Mark Halpern and his team are in a race against time to study dark energy's role in the expansion of our universe.
The Biggest Scientific Developments of 2017
According to two scientists at the Royal Society of London.
This Photo Contains the Highest Concentration of Black Holes Ever Seen
This image provides unprecedented insight into the formation of black holes over the course of billions of years.
Scientists Beamed a Laser at Antimatter to Measure It For the First Time
"Antimatter is kind of problem zero. We can’t explain why there’s a universe."
Scientists Think the Speed of Light Has Slowed, and They're Trying to Prove It
A controversial theory that would overturn Einstein’s theory of general relativity could soon be tested.
Why Galaxies Stop Making Stars
New research pins down the external and internal processes that “quench” galaxies.
The ‘Little Lion’ Galaxy that Could Shed Light on the Early Universe
“Low-metal-abundance galaxies are extremely rare, so we want to learn everything we can."
Here’s How Singaporean Duo Tzechar Smash That MFing Genre Button
We talk to the cryptic cultural mish-mashers about art, borders, and corn, plus premiere their latest brilliant audio-visual cut: 'Undulating Currency Mix of Dynasty Legacy.'
Stunning Organic VFX Recreate the Big Bang
The German experimental filmmaker Roman De Giuli returns with another mind-bending, short sans CGI.
The People Who Believe Electricity Rules the Universe
"Electric universe" theory is at odds with everything modern science has determined about the universe. Yet something about it sparks fervor in the hearts of believers.