An alternate model of cosmology behaves like modified gravity.
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!
Heavy elements require extreme conditions to be produced. Today’s bite explores three unique stars that may give us additional clues on how that happens.
Stars are known to experience burst of energy, known as flares. But what happens to biological molecules in the atmospheres of planets when a flare occurs? Today’s paper answers that by adding a bit of “flare” to exoplanets.
Earth based gravitational wave detectors combine their data to search for a discordant hum from distant gravitational wave sources.
After more than 30 years, have astronomers finally discovered what the compact object at the center of Supernova 1987A is?