A Strange Pair of Dead Stars Might Just Solve Key Mysteries of the Universe
Where did the elements that make up our bodies come from? How fast is the universe accelerating? A pair of dead stars, among the weirdest scientists have seen, could point toward the answers.
Ripples in Spacetime Keep Revealing Bizarre Occurrences in Space
Two recent studies probed ripples in spacetime from cataclysmic black hole events to reveal light in an implausible place and a mystery object in the cosmos.
We Actually Live Inside a Huge Bubble in Space, Physicist Proposes
What if the Earth, the galaxy, and all the galaxies near us were enclosed in a weirdly empty bubble? This scenario could resolve some longstanding questions about the nature of the universe.
Black Holes Can’t Account for Missing Dark Matter in the Universe
A statistical analysis of 740 supernovas found that black holes can only account for 40 percent of dark matter in the universe, putting another nail in the coffin for the MACHOs theory of dark matter.