One of the most important observations by the next generation of giant telescopes will be made by pointing towards the Supermassive Black Hole at the center of our galaxy.
Astronomers have caught the first directly-imaged exoplanet gravitationally tugging at its host star – thereby revealing its own weight.
More than 3 years since GW170817, Astronomers have reported the latest updates coming from the post-merger kilonova as seen through X-ray and Radio telescopes.
Gravitational lensing can bend gravitational waves too! Do any of the recent LIGO-Virgo detections show evidence of lensing? Find out…
Space probes to the outer solar system take more than a decade to get there. But that doesn’t mean we have to sit and wait – we can use them to try and detect gravitational waves!