Explore Team Assumes, Daily Science, and more!

Explore related topics

Astronomers using the Nobeyama 45-m Radio Telescope have detected signs of an invisible black hole with a mass of 100 thousand times the mass of the Sun around the center of the Milky Way. The team assumes that this possible 'intermediate mass' black hole is a key to understanding the birth of the supermassive black holes located in the centers of galaxies.

Astronomers using the Nobeyama 45-m Radio Telescope have detected signs of an invisible black hole with a mass of 100 thousand times the mass of the Sun around the center of the Milky Way. The team assumes that this possible 'intermediate mass' black hole is a key to understanding the birth of the supermassive black holes located in the centers of galaxies.

| 튜브박스 | 최신 한국 드라마 영화 예능 오락 시사 교양 스포츠 다시보기

| 튜브박스 | 최신 한국 드라마 영화 예능 오락 시사 교양 스포츠 다시보기

It would take technologies beyond our wildest dreams to extract the tiniest amount of quantum information from a black hole like this one.

It would take technologies beyond our wildest dreams to extract the tiniest amount of quantum information from a black hole like this one.

Particles ‘Go with the Flow’ on Pluto’s Surface | Scientists from NASA’s New Horizons mission have combined data from two instruments to create this composite image of Pluto’s informally named Viking Terra area. The combined data includes pictures taken by the spacecraft’s Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on July 14, 2015, from a range of about 31,000 miles (49,000 kilometers), showing features as small as 1,600 feet (480 meters) across.

Particles ‘Go with the Flow’ on Pluto’s Surface

Particles ‘Go with the Flow’ on Pluto’s Surface | Scientists from NASA’s New Horizons mission have combined data from two instruments to create this composite image of Pluto’s informally named Viking Terra area. The combined data includes pictures taken by the spacecraft’s Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on July 14, 2015, from a range of about 31,000 miles (49,000 kilometers), showing features as small as 1,600 feet (480 meters) across.

Scientists Find Evidence for Ninth Planet in Solar System

A Candidate for the Biggest Boom Yet Seen. It is a candidate for the brightest and most powerful explosion ever seen what is it? The flaring spot of light was found by the All Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae (ASASSN) in June of last year and labelle

If you're in an expansive mood, try picturing this: A ring of nine gamma-ray bursts that measures five billion light years across.    

Astronomers: 'Largest feature in the universe' stretches 5 billion light years across

If you're in an expansive mood, try picturing this: A ring of nine gamma-ray bursts that measures five billion light years across.

Pinterest
Search