A unique population of galaxies may hold the keys to discovering how star formation stops happening in older galaxies.
The field of cosmology just can’t seem to agree on a value of the Hubble constant, so astrophysicists attempt to provide a new, independent measurement using strong gravitational lensing.
Scientists can use neural networks to glimpse gravitational wave fluctuations from the early universe.
Is string theory compatible with observational data? Today’s paper looks at how avoiding the swampland of unsuccessful string theories can mean violating reliable constraints on cosmological quantities.
Neutron star black hole mergers are an ideal way to measure the Hubble constant.
Many satellite galaxies in the local universe are orbiting their parent galaxies in highly coherent planes—yet such structures are vanishingly rare in simulations. What gives?