Studying the lobes opens opportunities to understand the medium and the recurring activity of the supermassive black holes that create it.
Scientists suggest that it may be one of the most highly anticipated events in modern astronomy.
This is not the first time that NASA shared creepy sounds from the far depths in space.
In a video posted by SXS Collaboration, NASA explains what happens when two black holes collide in space.
Japan's VERA project has presented a new map that offers a better estimate of the distance of Earth to the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
Black Hole Kills Star By Spaghettification: Unprecedented Tidal Disruption Shown In Artistic Animation [Video]
An artistic imagination showed how death by spaghettification happens to stars when they get hauled by the extreme gravitational pull coming from black holes.
Albert Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity: Gravity As Matter Warping Space-Time Now 500 Times Harder To Disprove
A new study adds to the body of evidence that Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity matches the modern-day findings in quantum physics.
Giant black hole discovered at centre of cosmic 'spider's web'
The discovery of GW190412 is said to be the first ever observation of an unequal-mass black hole merger.
The bigger black hole part of the merger is so massive -- 85 times the mass of the sun -- that scientists say it shouldn't even exist based on the current understanding of stellar explosions.
Scientists detect mysterious 'intermediate mass' black hole
Whether the events produce accretion disks has been a matter of debate among scientists but scientists now found solid evidence of disk formation.
A microquasar and a gas cloud are 'beating' to the same rhythm even if they are 100 lightyears apart.
Scientists have identified a group of stars that are closely orbiting the Milky Way galaxy's supermassive black hole.
Without interference from a black hole, galaxy cluster SpARCS1049 is forming stars at an extraordinary rate.
The authors of a new study found evidence to support the suggestion that the neutron star in SN 1987A may be hiding in a 'hot blob' of dust.
It was the first time for astronomers to observe a black hole's corona disappear in less than a year and then reappear again.
The 'heavily obscured black holes' were previously misidentified as being other celestial objects.
A supermassive black hole is the largest kind of black hole and can be millions to billions of times the mass of the Sun.
New measurements taken on one of the largest known black holes in the universe revealed how much it eats every day.
If the black hole at the center of the Milky Way wanted to grow as big as J2157, it would have to consume two thirds of the stars in the galaxy.
The sudden disappearance of a star millions of times brighter than the Sun has baffled scientists. It is possible that the stellar object suddenly died and turned into a black hole.
Betelgeuse is a red giant in the constellation Orion that is considered as one of the brightest stars in the sky.
An experiment proposed about 50 years ago has finally able to prove that energy can be extracted from a black hole.
The smaller object’s mass places it in the so-called “mass gap,” which is between the heaviest known neutron stars and the lightest known black holes.
NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory was able to find evidence indicating that about a thousand new black holes exist near the center of the Milky Way galaxy. The agency explained that this finding supports the theories about black holes moving towards the center of Earth’s neighborhood.
Scientists have discovered that the first confirmed heartbeat produced by a supermassive black hole is still active and strong over a decade after it was first observed. According to the scientists, the heartbeat, or repeating signal, was produced by the black hole’s accretion disk as it expands and contracts.
A group of astronomers was able to film a black hole shooting jets of cosmic material into space. The astronomers noted that the materials in the jets came from a nearby star that the black hole is slowly devouring.
A new study claimed that the invisible, mysterious cosmic structures known as Fermi Bubbles were created by a powerful blast triggered by the Milky Way Galaxy’s central supermassive black hole. The authors of the study believe this event happened millions of years ago.
NASA recently shared a photo showing the supernova remnant of a star more massive than the Sun after it collapsed and died. Within the image is another bright star that was able to survive the powerful supernova explosion.