Albert Einstein's towering genius is on display yet again.
The secret of the project's success is linking radio dishes across the globe to create a virtual telescope about the size of Earth.
For the first time ever, humanity has photographed a black hole, shining light on an exotic realm that had long been beyond our ken.
Learn how a scientific team used radio telescopes to peer past galactic clouds of dust and gas trying to take the first-ever photograph a black hole.
The Event Horizon Telescope project is unveiling a major black hole discovery Wednesday morning (April 10) at 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT), and you can watch the event live.
The solar system is full of volcanoes — but scientists may have just identified an entirely new type of volcanic activity.
On Wednesday (April 10), the international Event Horizon Telescope project will release the first results from its plan to image black holes. But what exactly is an event horizon?
For over a decade, a warped disk around a young star puzzled astronomers — but new research suggests explanations for two of the mysteries it poses.
Wandering objects like 'Oumuamua — the first interstellar body ever observed in our own solar system — likely help seed newborn planetary systems, a new study suggests.
Astronomers orchestrated radio dish telescopes across the world into an Earth-size virtual camera for a bold new experiment attempting to deliver the first-ever image of a black hole.
The ghostly 'quasiparticles' have barely any material existence, but physicists are still managing to manipulate them into uncanny shapes.
Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft slammed a copper cannonball into the asteroid Ryugu last night (April 4), in an effort to blast out a crater.
NASA's record-breaking solar mission silently completed another close pass of the sun yesterday (April 4).
NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars got lucky last month and spotted not one but two eclipses — in less than two weeks, one for each of the Red Planet's moons.
There are two rocket launches, a spacecraft docking, a lunar orbit arrival and an asteroid crash scheduled on Thursday (April 4). Here's how to watch live.