The great discovery of two supermassive black holes orbiting one another could provide insights into stars.
The dust surrounding ravenous and active black holes is cool, according to a recent research.
New baby stars were being born within the winds of material discharged from the intense supermassive black holes in the core of merging galaxies.
Black holes were discovered in nearby galaxies, but they probably won't get to Earth soon.
Scientists have recently discovered what causes certain galaxies to become barren, devoid of young and new stars.
Scientists are scratching their heads of a mysterious alignment of a group of supermassive black holes.
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has snapped the image of an irregular shaped galaxy known as NGC 5408, which is located in the constellation Centaurus.
Researchers found a wind of high-speed gas gushing out from the center of a bright spiral galaxy, a twin of the Milky Way.
Imagine a black hole that's as big as 50 billion suns. Scientists have found that it may be possible that supermassive black holes could swell to that size.
Researchers have discovered a cosmic, clumpy doughnut in our universe.
For the first time ever, astronomers have detected magnetic fields just outside the event horizon of the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.