The authors of today’s paper study emission lines in a spectrum to determine if they are caused by a star falling into a black hole!
JWST just made one of the highest-redshift galaxies ever observed even more interesting! Check out today’s bite to see what it found!
In eight new papers, the North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational waves (NANOGrav) presents evidence for a gravitational wave background. In this bite, we provide an overview of their results and their implications
How can we use the demise of an unlucky star to learn about binary supermassive black holes? Today’s paper answers that very question!
Today’s bite kicks black holes through an accretion disk, come find out if they score!
We’re still not sure what causes quasars, some of the brightest objects in the universe, to switch on. Today’s authors present a compelling case for galaxy mergers being the culprit!