black hole

Oscillating signals may help researchers predict neutron star collisions

Signals found in gamma-ray bursts could create a potential opportunity to study the properties of similar occurrences, according to a new study.

Can you time travel through a black hole? - explainer

Here's what you need to know about black holes and whether it could allow someone to travel through time.

Black hole blasted Earth with near light-speed jet of matter - study

The jet of matter, appearing as a flash of light brighter than 1,000 trillion suns, originated from a supermassive black hole 8.5 billion light years away and traveled at 99.99% the speed of light.

New space observatory helps solve mystery involving enormous black holes

Using data from the recently deployed Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) orbiting observatory, researchers were able to answer more unexplained questions.


Undetected black hole shreds apart star in dwarf galaxy

The shredding of the star, known as a “tidal disruption event” or TDE, produced a flare of radiation that briefly outshone the combined stellar light of the host dwarf galaxy.

Schrodinger's black hole? Bizarre quantum properties of stellar bodies revealed

A team of researchers found that a simulated black hole could have multiple masses simultaneously.


'Brightest-ever' gamma ray burst has scientists around the world excited

The burst, known as GRB 221009A but nicknamed the "B.O.A.T." (Brightest Of All Time), disrupted Earth's ionosphere.

Scientists find the most massive neutron star close to the black hole limit - study

PSR J0952–0607 is a neutron star 2.3 times as massive as the Sun but around just 20 kilometers wide. It is the closest pulsar known to the limit to forming a black hole.

A simulated image of a black hole.

Black hole debunker team finds dormant black hole near Milky Way

A dormant black hole is a black hole that doesn't emit the X-ray radiation that makes other black holes easy to spot.

Part 6 - Relativity of Death: The origin of information

According to the Kabbalah of Information, the 'Sefirot' are the families of concepts in the informational space, and they include: Keter, Chochma, and Binah.

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