Medicine & TechnologyOne of the most exciting concepts right now is the existence of a multiverse - the notion that there are infinitely many universes. However, is this more than just sci-fi writing, and is science actually working to confirm it?
A news device was developed by experts to detect primordial black holes from the big bang. The tennis ball-sized black holes emit gravitational waves that can help us understand the origin of our universe.
How supermassive black holes formed over billions of years have remained a mystery to astronomers for years. A recent discovery of six galaxies and a supermassive black hole forming a cosmic web may explain its origins.
Dr. Katie Mack, theoretical cosmologist and Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University, shares five different scenarios on how the universe might end, in the latest episode of the Science Focus Podcast Monday, August 24.
Scientists from Extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (eBOSS) released a comprehensive analysis of of the largest-ever 3D map of the universe created detailed in 23 papers, and it looks stunning.
There are creationist theories, Big Bang theories, and even more temporarily defined hypotheses about how the planets of our solar system came to be, but modern research has yet to find conclusive empirical evidence to show us exactly how our solar system’s birth happened, 4.5 billion years ago. That is, until now!