Latest News About Black Holes
A black hole is a location in space that possesses so much gravity, nothing can escape its pull, even light. Learn more about what black holes are and the latest news.
The black hole-hunting NuSTAR observatory has taken its first images in high-energy X-ray light.
The meal will provide a rare chance to watch our home black hole eat something.
The black hole-hunting NuSTAR observatory has extended a mast to separate its optics from their focal point.
The fledgling NuSTAR telescope will stretch out a boom to separate its optics from their focal point.
Black holes more commonly eat many small meals rather than a single huge feast, a study found.
Our home in space is a vast galaxy containing 400 billion suns, at least that many planets, and a 4-billion-solar-mass black hole at the center.
The NuSTAR mission will search the skies with X-ray eyes.
NASA's NuSTAR space telescope will lift off Wednesday from an airplane-born rocket.
The air-launched Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, NuSTAR, will launch on a Pegasus rocket into Earth orbit where it will detect high-energy X-rays to uncover hidden black holes, exploded stars and other features of the universe.
The NuSTAR telescope will try to shed some light on the dark parts of the universe.
A black hole-hunting telescope called NuSTAR is next on the launch docket.
From complete coverage of Venus crossing the sun to a New York space shuttle, it's been an unforgettable week in space.
The NuSTAR telescope will search for black holes after it launches next week.
By focusing X-rays, the NuSTAR space telescope will study black holes and other exotic objects.
A black-hole hunting spacecraft called GEMS will not be built, NASA says.
Many black holes may roam freely through intergalactic space.
From complete coverage of SpaceX splashing down in the Pacific to John Glenn awarded the Medal of Freedom, it's been a thrilling week in space.
Dust and gas surrounding the supermassive black hole accretion disk in galaxy NGC 4151 is reflecting an echo from an x-ray emitting source high above the disk. This helps scientists map the environment around (and created by) the black hole.