The first record of two supermassive black holes orbiting each other has finally been confirmed.
China's first ever x-ray space telescope launched into orbit.
With the ultra-bright pulse of X-ray light, scientists were able to turn an atom in a molecule into an electromagnetic black hole, albeit very briefly.
The star N6946-BH1 dies as a failed supernova leaving behind a black hole.
The two black holes are only about 1,500 light-years apart in the heart of Cygnus A.
Find out why this gigantic black hole is on the run.
A team of scientists from Japan has found something strange in space, specifically a supersonic space cloud traveling the Milky Way.
A supermassive black hole located in a small galaxy 1.8 billion light years from Earth continues to feed on the remains of a star that was ripped apart more than a decade ago.
Few years ago, astronomers have detected distant galaxy that is emitting an extremely powerful radio blasts.
Scientists have discovered that the mysteriously flickering galaxy is not being fed enough material to make it shine brightly.
The data will determine the size and shape of the black hole and could prove or disprove that Einstein's theory of relativity.
Using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA's XMM-Newton X-ray observatory, a rare wandering black hole was spotted by a team of international astronomers.
A NASA telescope has observed for the first time black holes eating stars and emitting flares of high-energy radiation.
Quasars, also known as supermassive black holes that are the heart of proportionally supermassive galaxies, have always been an elusive part of astronomers’ pursuit of understanding the universe and its past. New findings from a team in Carnegie just unearthed 63 new quasars that are from a time when the currently 14-year-old universe was still young and fledging at just one billion years old.