The data will determine the size and shape of the black hole and could prove or disprove that Einstein's theory of relativity.
If the estimates of the researchers are correct, scientists should be able to figure out whether axions actually exist within the next few years.
The study, published in the journal Physical Review, revealed that both have cells resembling helical "multistory parking garages."
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.
With the plethora of alien sightings and space innovations reported on the news, why have we not seen any aliens yet? Renowned physicist Brian Cox sheds light to this intriguing question, first put forward by Italian physicist Enrico Fermi in the 1950s.
NASA estimate about 2 trillion observable galaxies in the universe with 90 percent still waiting to be studied
Scientists have found another space oddity 400 light-years from Earth: a binary star with three misaligned planet-forming discs.
Scientists discovered a microbe that could provide a model for how “alien life” might survive in uninhabitable planets throughout the universe.
NASA is adding up finishing touches on the James Webb Spae Telescope before it becomes ready to look at the first stars in the universe.
A team of scientists found that the landscape of the universe does not have a preferred direction, but expands the same way in every direction.
Social media has gone haywire over the past couple of days all thanks to a report that NASA had shifted the astrological dates. The shift has reportedly caused the zodiac signs to change plus a 13th zodiac being added to the original 12 signs. However, the space agency has issued a statement about the controversy that has veered across international publications as well.
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.
Scientists have come up with a clearer picture of the Milky Way galaxy, and it shows how the galaxy was formed 13 billion years ago.
An ESA satellite revealed that the oldest stars in the universe formed much later than previously thought, as indicated by observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background.