The great discovery of two supermassive black holes orbiting one another could provide insights into stars.
Hubble Space Telescope spotted spectacular images of ultrabright galaxies just like glowing jewels.
The concept of the cosmic void that contains the Milky Way could resolve the measurement of the expansion rate of the universe, according to scientists.
Fast-growing galaxies may be a reason why stars appear as fast as they do in the universe.
For the first time, scientists managed to image intergalactic dark matter through gravitational lensing.
The first-ever image of a galactic black hole will be taken this April through Event Horizon Telescope.
New baby stars were being born within the winds of material discharged from the intense supermassive black holes in the core of merging galaxies.
Dark matter, which envelops the Universe by 84 percent today, was much smaller in the galaxies in the early Universe.
Black holes actually are present and are more destructive than thought. Galaxies can collide in every 10 to 100 years.
The vicious galactic killer was finally identified.
Scientists calculated the number of galaxies in the universe to about 2 trillion galaxies.