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We find out why galaxies are orientated this way
With their billions of stars, why don’t these giant structures light up the entirety of space?
How one of the world’s greatest astronomers shaped our understanding of the universe
We find out what the space telescope can see from a far away galaxy
What could it be? Spiral? Elliptical? Lenticular? Or is there an outsider galaxy that is more common?
We define the meaning between these two descriptions of space
We take a look at what causes these stars to speed across the universe
Not much is known about dark matter, but scientists have long-thought that it was the remnant of the birth of the universe
These high-gravity objects come in more flavours than you might expect
Rubin became the first person to provide evidence for the existence of dark matter
We find out if this material is harbouring a reflection of the cosmos
A full on smashup or a near miss? We find out what happens to planets when their galaxies collide
Do things crash together or is it more serene?
Researchers have used sophisticated computer simulations that could answer a burning question in astrophysics
The new study was conducted using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory
Researchers have come up with a theory explaining why we see different radiation from the same star-destroying event
50 galaxies within our cosmic backyard have been studied extensively in visible and ultraviolet images
Is our Milky Way destined to collide with any other galaxies?
There’s plenty of it, so what shape do we think the universe is?