Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Astrophysically speaking, Star Wars' Yoda was wrong when he said "size matters not"
A new study says dark matter shouldn't be written off in accounting for a weird glow in our Milky Way
A team of researchers from Japan identify 1800 new supernovae, including 58 Type Ia supernovae 8 billion light years away.
Instead of ballooning into spheres, as once thought, early supernovae ejected jets that may have seeded new stars.
Beneath Italian mountains, UChicago scientists help catch rare decay of xenon-124
Islands of cold gas were left behind when the universe heated up after the big bang
Orbiting a nearby star, the new planet is the smallest identified so far by the TESS mission.
South Pole Telescope contributes to observations of black hole in distant galaxy
Ripples in spacetime lead to new way to determine size and age of the universe.
An international team of researchers has put a theory speculated by the late Stephen Hawking to its most rigorous test to date.