Astronomers have uncovered a new clue when it comes to understanding mysterious dark matter. They've used ESA and NASA high-energy observatories in order to learn a bit more about the elusive ingredient of our universe.
Astronomers have discovered new clues when it comes to the hunt for dark matter. They've created supercomputer simulations that show the evolution of our "local universe" from the Big Bang to the present day.
The most precise measurement to date of the strength of gravitational interactions between distant galaxies have shown perfect consistency with General Relativity's predictions.
We shouldn't exist. At least, we shouldn't exist according to British cosmologists. They've predicted that the universe shouldn't have lasted more than a second after using data from the latest observations of the sky combined with the recent discovery of the Higgs boson.
Is Earth's magnetic field changing? That might be the case, according to ESA's three-satellite Swarm constellation.
Invisibility cloaks have become a large area of research in recent years. Now, scientists may have discovered a way to create an invisibility cloak that hides an object from the sense of touch.
Water may have a bit of a split personality. By using a computer model, researchers have uncovered the reasons behind water's odd behaviors, such as why its solid state floats.
Researchers have successfully identified the strange quantum effect with the algae survive in very low levels of light.
The latest development in solar technology is the new class of solar sensitive nanoparticles that leads to the development of cheaper and more flexible solar cells.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the massive forces surrounding black holes, and have found that the gravitational fields around them may just eddy and swirl, creating a turbulent region of space.
Scientists have learned a bit more about these black holes and have found that magnetic fields play an impressive role in the systems' dynamics.
The world's best thermometer isn't made of mercury; it's made of light. Physicists have created the most sensitive thermometer yet that's three times more precise than the best thermometers in existence today.