The IllustrusTNG Project has created a large and detailed simulation of the Universe. It’s helping us answer some important questions about the formation and evolution of…everything.
An international team of astronomers has created the largest map of the movements of galaxies within our Supercluster to date.
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What will Curious George grow up to be? Being curious, then George will ask a lot of questions. And if lucky then physics will be George’s destiny, for physics seems to have so many answers. From the biggest to the smallest, that’s its purview. And for Delia Perlov and Alex Vilenkin in their book “Cosmology […]
Two new studies, independently of each other, have managed to fins some of the “missing matter” contained within the Cosmic Web.
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The Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo detectors recently made the first simultaneous detection of gravitational waves, ushering in a new era of research.
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A new study by a team of researchers from the CfA argues that a Fast Radio Burst happens with every passing second in the observable Universe
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A new study from a team of researchers from the University of Iowa claims black holes ejecting light could have been what ended the cosmic “Dark Ages”
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A team of international astronomers have just observed the most distant galaxy to date, providing clues to galaxy formation and cosmic evolution
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Using data from the Sloan Digitial Sky Survey, an Indian team of astronomers has discovered one of the largest cosmic structures to date – the Saraswati Supercluster!
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A presentation at the June 6th AAS meeting confirms that our galaxy is inside an enormous cosmic void, the largest one ever discovered.
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