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Research suggests our Galaxy’s brightest gamma-ray binary system may be powered...

A team of researchers led by members of the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) has analyzed previously...

Puzzling ‘cold quasar’ forming new stars in spite of active galactic...

Researchers from the University of Kansas have described a galaxy more than 5.25 billion light years away undergoing a rarely seen stage in its...

A neutron star binary this massive has never been seen in...

Earlier this year, an international team of scientists announced the second detection of a gravitational-wave signal from the collision of two neutron stars. The...

Cosmic Understanding from Miniscule Particles

At the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, in a side room off the ATLAS nuclear particle accelerator, Jason Clark sits on an upper...

NASA Missions Help Reveal the Power of Shock Waves in a...

Unprecedented observations of a nova outburst in 2018 by a trio of satellites, including two NASA missions, have captured the first direct evidence that...

Scientists may just have discovered a new class of black holes

Black holes are an important part of how astrophysicists make sense of the universe – so important that scientists have been trying to build...

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