Black holes are usually resting at the core of almost every sufficiently large galaxy. So these cosmic features have their way with the galaxies, affecting only a small part around the galaxy’s centre. But how’s that really happening? Some predictions ...

Earth has now quite the sneaky neighbour, and astronomers have all the details. A tiny black hole, approximately 1,500 light-years from Earth, in the Monoceros constellation, it’s excitingly close by. As per astronomers’ calculations, we have nothing to worry about, ...

A long-standing theory claims a supermassive black hole is capable of lots of things, including wandering through space. A black hole alone is scary enough, but imagine one in motion. How is this possible? Recently, astronomers have spotted a supermassive ...

Neutron stars and black holes might be one of the deadliest squads we’ve ever seen. Small black holes could exist in the core of neutron stars with only one mission: devour the host. Astronomers have chosen recently a different approach, ...

If supermassive black holes don’t confuse you enough, well, SLABS are going to leave you in awe. New research indicates the possible existence of SLABS, also known as stupendously large black holes. These are even more significant than the supermassive ...