Supermassive black holes (SMBHs) are usually found at the center of galaxies, playing a huge role in the existence of those stellar conglomerates. It’s also the case of our Milky Way galaxy, which has a supermassive black hole located in ...

Black holes are sometimes called “the ultimate monster of the cosmos”—an In. They formed when the density of matter in the Universe was at its highest—and thus, they become very dangerous for any object in their vicinity. Black holes are ...

Black holes are scary enough not to look further into the depths of the Universe. These savages beasts rest at the galaxies’ centers, weighing millions of times the mass of the Sun. They’re also the most mysterious objects that continue ...

Just like any other object in the universe, even the mighty and scary black holes have to obey some rules in order to exist. In 1971, the famous genius and scientist Stephen Hawking argued that the black holes’ areas should ...

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 ...

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, ...

A compact cluster of stars holds a surprise at its core, leaving astronomers in awe. Apparently, a bunch of stars and black holes can get well without a problem. The clump of stars in question, dubbed NGC 6397, is filled ...