The earliest galaxies in the entire universe are lying just outside the Milky Way, providing windows to an ancient time billions of years ago. A new study explains the formation of galaxies during the universe’s so-called cosmic dark ages.
The first record of two supermassive black holes orbiting each other has finally been confirmed.
The record-breaking image is so clear you can zoom in to see the heavenly bodies many worlds away.
Innovative spacecraft greatly helps in understanding the universe. Just like how NASA's New Horizon's spacecraft devised a tool to be used in measuring the bright visible lights of other galaxies.
Powerful gravitational waves are capable of kicking out supermassive black holes from the center of a galaxy.
Reminiscent of the merciless Death Star, a phenomenon called ram-pressure stripping kills thousands of galaxies throughout space.
Two of the world’s most powerful telescopes – the Hubble Space Telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope - will work together to showcase 3D images and movies of planets, comets, and other space objects for the first time.
Although a supermassive black hole by itself is dark, it can collect particles from its surroundings and emit X-rays that astronomers call a form of cosmic singing.
An ancient gravitational lensing system was discovered by students and teachers and it can help astronomers understand the history of the universe.
A rare Frankenstein galaxy was accidentally discovered by researchers. The galaxy has bizarre components and is made up of younger materials inside and older materials on the outside.
University of Nottinghom released new ultra deep image of distant Universe capturing more than 250,000 galaxies.
A new study revealed that the color of a galaxy might determine tha age of its stars and what they were made from.
Hubble Space Telescope detects a firestorm of star birth is lighting up one end of the diminutive galaxy LEDA 36252 -- also known as Kiso 5649.
With the data gathered by the Cosmic Origin Spectrograph (COS) was attached to NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, researchers from the University of Colorado published a study saying that 'wasteful' galaxies eject heavy metal materials into halos of gases and to deep space million light years away.