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Rogue black holes skulk Milky Way perimeter

Hundreds of rogue black holes left over from the galaxy building days of the early Universe could be wandering loose in the Milky Way, say Harvard-Smithsonian astrophysicists. The good news is that ... read more

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Do We Need to Rewrite General Relativity?

It’s a tantalizing thought, but as Perimeter Institute physicist John Moffat ... Working together, they can create real images of whatever is right outside the black hole at the center of the Milky ... read more

Surviving the Ultimate Family River Trip

Almost as quickly as the lightning had materialized, we were out from under it, below a growing hole in the ominous black clouds. We'd gotten lucky ... the remnants of the day's storm had dissipated, ... read more

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Event Horizon Telescope releases first ever black hole image

Astronomers can weigh the black hole at the center of our Milky Way, called Sagittarius A* (pronounced A-star), by watching the motions of individual stars zooming around its perimeter. But M87’s ... read more


Map of universe questioned: Dwarf galaxies don't fit standard model

Satellite dwarf galaxies at the edges of the Milky Way and neighboring Andromeda defy the accepted model of galaxy formation, and recent attempts to pigeon-hole them into the model are flawed, an ... read more

Scientists May Have Solved the Mystery of "Rogue Waves"

The mariners who claim to have seen such “rogue waves” were few and far between—but it’s also not the sort of event that vessels can withstand, and there have always been ships lost at sea but never ... read more

Black holes test the limits of Einstein's relativity

The event horizon — the point of no return — is surprisingly small. The black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, known as Sagittarius A* (pronounced A-star), holds about 4 million times the ... read more

Massive ‘rogue’ planet with unexplained aurora glow discovered drifting far beyond our solar system

Wedding photographer slams guests who ruin photos with their phones Stardust Sentinel-3B Liftoff Ancient Galaxy Megamerger Jupiter and the Shrinking Great Red Spot Celebrating 28 Years of the Hubble ... read more

Kipling Was Half-Right: Why the Big Cats Got Their Spots (Or Stripes)

It’s common wisdom that the big cats, like so many animals, evolved their particular look to blend into the background and skulk ... the black leopards who stand out in any environment other than ... read more

Serious blow to dark matter theories? New study finds mysterious lack of dark matter in Sun's neighborhood

(Phys.org) -- The most accurate study so far of the motions of stars in the Milky Way has found no evidence for dark matter in a large volume around the Sun. According to widely accepted theories, the ... read more

Comet crystals feel the heat

“We concluded that this is a third way… one not considered before,” says lead researcher Peter Abraham of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ Konkoly Observatory in Budapest. The implication is that ... read more

Space Probe Launched to Study the Surprising Drop in Solar Wind

At the edge of the heliosphere, the solar wind slows down as it slams into interstellar space; IBEX will observe the particles created in this “termination shock” to chart the solar system’s perimeter ... read more



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