Yesterday, the Event Horizon Telescope released a second ever image of a black hole. Here’s what they found.
Yesterday, the Event Horizon Telescope released the first image of the black hole at the center of our galaxy. But how did we get to this point?
Where do quasars come from? Today’s authors report a new observation that helps shed light on this mystery!
A rare triple system consisting of two stars and a black hole was thought to be in our cosmic backyard. Can new observations from the ESO make the black hole vanish into thin air?
The authors of today’s paper seek to uncover what is occulted in the final moments of a massive star’s death. To this end, they outline the feasibility of measuring the background flux of “relic neutrinos” and connect them to their origins.
“But the stars that marked our starting fall away. We must go deeper into greater pain…” -Dante’s Inferno… and AGN, apparently