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The Perseus cluster is among the most massive structures in the universe, containing thousands of galaxies and located about 240 million light years from Earth. Within this vast expanse, the Euclid satellite detected faint and ghostly lights - the orphan stars
A new study, led by the UK's University of Bath, has found that supermassive black holes need both merging galaxies and cold gas to grow. This discovery, obtained through machine learning, may change our understanding of
Data from the Gemini North Telescope provide a possible explanation for the halting of the merger of a pair of supermassive black holes at the center of a galaxy
NGC 4753 was discovered in 1784 by astronomer William Herschel and has some fascinating features. In this image, the complex dust lanes of the galaxy are a spectacular sight. NGC 4753 is about 60
Astrophysicists have discovered why spiral galaxies like our Milky Way are rare in the supergalactic plane, a dense region of our local universe
Citizen scientists have classified lexicons to help scientists solve an astronomical-scale problem -- how to sort through the vast amounts of information generated by robotic telescopes
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