In today’s bite, Keir reports on a search for multi-AGN systems. How prevalent are they? And what can they tell us about black hole mergers?
In today’s bite, Keir reports on a search for Changing-look AGN. What about their host galaxies causes this change?
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!
It is common knowledge that nothing in the universe can escape a Black Hole. But are there places in the universe from which a Black Hole cannot escape?
The newest catalog of compact object mergers detected by the LIGO-VIRGO Collaboration has arrived!
Today’s undergraduate research post features a student who uses computer simulations to simulate black holes and how they evolve over billions of years.