Today’s classic paper predicts the formation of “cosmic pancakes” on the largest scales.
Studying gravity on cosmological scales is HARD. Today’s papers build a framework to extend the standard cosmology toolbox, which means we can keep more of our data and learn more about gravity in the process.
The satellites of galaxy Centaurus A seem to be in an unusual arrangement, which also has some fascinating cosmological implications!
Conferences have had to change a lot due to Covid-19, how can we design effective online spaces for collaboration? I sat down with the organisers of Cosmology from Home to find out!
Today’s paper proposes a possible origin of LIGO/VIRGO black holes that takes us back to the earliest moments of the universe!
The oldest objects in the universe weigh in on the heated debate over the “Hubble Tension,” disagreements on the expansion rate of the universe.