What powers the core of the bright galaxy A2261-BCG? A massive black hole in the middle? A recoiling black hole? The authors of today’s paper use X-ray data to try to find out!
A team of researchers from NASA’s Ames Research Centre, SETI and others have performed a statistical analysis on data from the Kepler Space Telescope and Gaia to estimate the occurrence rate of potentially habitable exoplanets around Sun-like stars.
Is there a ninth planet in the solar system? The answer may lie in the orbits of Kuiper Belt Objects!
Mercury is the smallest planet but has the largest core compared to its size. Is the solar wind to blame?
Something unexpected is peering out through the void
Last week was #BlackInPhysics week! We chat with the lead organisers Dr. Charles Brown, Dr. Eileen Gonzales and Dr. Jessica Esquivel to find out how it went.