How can you find black holes? Black holes are invisible to us directly, and to unravel their secrets we need to find other creative ways to spot these cosmic beasts.
A collection of pictures sent to us by our friend, Cassini.
Extensive discussion of dark matter and dark energy. With summary.
Synestia – Were planets like our Earth shaped like donuts in the early phases?
Venus, our sister, our nearest neighbour, and the hottest planet in Solar System. But above all, a world of nightmares and uniqueness.
Cassini-Huygens’ orbiter Cassini around Saturn is scheduled to end, and here is a brief history of it.
Solar System might have a Planet 9, lurking in the Kupier Belt. Hello, Planet X.
Deep Space X-ray bursts from Galaxy CDF-SXT1, 10.7 billion light years away leave us puzzled,
Say your Hellos to the TRAPPIST-1 solar system with not one, not two but SEVEN EARTHS! Know more about your neighbours here…!!
Black holes have been known to exist since Einstein’s theory of relativity, but haven’t been seen directly. History might be written this year, as we are on our way to see the first ever direct real image of a Black Hole.. Read more!!