One supernova explosion is enough to pack a punch, but can two go off at the same time?
The gas within the galactic structures, which were formed less then a billion years after the Big Bang, have been discovered to have a ‘swirling’ behaviour
This study revealed that unusual X-ray results of galaxy clusters could be explained by dark matter
NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory has imaged the intricate and energetic features within the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A
The supermassive object was observed just 680 million years after the Big Bang
The results provide more valuable evidence in support of our current model of the universe
Fewer than ten of these double gigantic high-gravity objects were known previously
The system resides in spiral galaxy NGC 7674, which is located about 400 million light years from Earth
The system has seven planets as big as our world that orbit close to their star
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We have the answer to this intriguing question
With their billions of stars, why don’t these giant structures light up the entirety of space?
We take a look at the answer to this intriguing question
NASA announced it will soon begin accepting applications for the next class of astronaut candidates
A magnetic field wrapped around a galaxy’s spiral arm could shape our understanding of how galaxies are made
The very first particles of light came from somewhere. We find out where
We define the meaning between these two descriptions of space
Is there a limit to how much these exotic objects can consume?
We find out if these beautiful structures are made by the titanic explosion of massive stars
It’s a way of finding distant worlds, so how does it work?