Discovery of 'wind nebula' opens new window into magnetar

Discovery of 'wind nebula' opens new window into magnetar

A neutron star is the crushed core of a massive star that ran out of fuel, collapsed under its own weight, and exploded as a supernova. 

Universe is expanding 5-9% faster than thought!

Universe is expanding 5-9% faster than thought!

This surprising finding may be an important clue to understanding those mysterious parts of the universe that make up 95 per cent of everything and don't emit light, such as dark energy, dark matter and dark radiation.

Entire universe explained in 4 minutes - Watch video!

Entire universe explained in 4 minutes - Watch video!

Parody education channel Exurb1a humorously explains the entire universe in just 4 minutes.

Scientists find three Earth-sized planets orbiting dwarf star

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Gravitational waves 'sixth sense' to understand universe: US-based Indian researchers

Gravitational waves 'sixth sense' to understand universe: US-based Indian researchers

The gravitational waves were detected on September 14, 2015, by both of the twin LIGO detectors, located in Livingston, Louisiana, and Hanford, Washington.

See pic – Amazing snapshot of colliding galaxies from Hubble Space Telescope!

See pic – Amazing snapshot of colliding galaxies from Hubble Space Telescope!

This multi-colored haze actually marks the site of two colliding galaxy clusters, forming a single object known as MACS J0416.1-2403.

Newly-found brightest galaxies are `outrageously luminous`

Newly-found brightest galaxies are `outrageously luminous`

Big Bang and microwave background for this work. They estimate that the newly observed galaxies they identified are about 10 billion years old and were formed only about 4 billion years after the Big Bang.

Did astonomers spot biggest structure in universe?

Did astonomers spot biggest structure in universe?

The BOSS Great Wall (BGW), discovered by a team from the Canary Islands Institute of Astrophysics, is believed to at least 830 galaxies.

Scientists record mysterious infrared light from space

 In a first, researchers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope have detected the faintest and mysterious infrared light ever from space.

NASA's Hubble breaks cosmic distance record; spots farthest known galaxy in universe

NASA's Hubble breaks cosmic distance record; spots farthest known galaxy in universe

Previously, the team had estimated GN-z11's distance by determining its colour through imaging with Hubble and NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.

Gravitational waves: World's third LIGO facility to be built in India!

Gravitational waves: World's third LIGO facility to be built in India!

The proposal, known as LIGO-India project (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory in India), is piloted by Department of Atomic Energy and Department of Science and Technology (DST).  

Distant black hole jet discovered in glow of Big Bang!

Distant black hole jet discovered in glow of Big Bang!

The jet, found in the system known as B3 0727+409, is at least 300,000 light years.  

Universe's primordial soup recreated at CERN

The primordial soup is a so-called quark-gluon plasma and researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute in Denmark, among others, have measured its liquid properties with great accuracy at the LHC's top energy.

People believe this asteroid could smash into Earth next month. What does NASA think? Read to find out

People believe this asteroid could smash into Earth next month. What does NASA think? Read to find out

Named 2013 TX68, the asteroid - 100-foot (30 meters) long - will pass close by Earth on March 5.

Did this Indian scientist predict gravitational waves thirty years ago?

Did this Indian scientist predict gravitational waves thirty years ago?

Dhurandhar, who was one of the 1,000 key scientists involved in detecting the gravitational waves, suggested the existence of these weak waves as early as 1980s.

Gravitational waves discovery can let scientists travel back in time?

Gravitational waves discovery can let scientists travel back in time?

Now, scientists are hopeful to carry out more successful attempts by launching projects into space to capture the gravitational waves.  

Second milder 'Big Bang' created massive dark matter: Physicists

Second milder 'Big Bang' created massive dark matter: Physicists

A team of US scientists has challenged the popular scientific model that the physical universe - space, time, matter and energy - ballooned out from a very hot and dense point and inflated with a Big Bang into how we see the universe today.

Universe's most luminous galaxy is 'ripping' itself!

Universe's most luminous galaxy is 'ripping' itself!

New observations have revealed that an obscured quasar 12.4 billion light-years away which is known as the most luminous galaxy in the Universe is so violently turbulent, that it may eventually jettison its entire supply of star-forming gas.

Early universe evolution can be perceived from 'Green pea galaxy'

Early universe evolution can be perceived from 'Green pea galaxy'

According to a recent study, newly formed dwarf galaxies were likely the reason that the universe heated up about 13 billion years ago.

The most energetic light ever observed in space

Scientists have discovered the most energetic light ever detected in the universe from the centre of a supernova known as “Crab pulsar” which is situated 6,500 light years away from Earth.