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What is the cosmic web?

tComposed of massive filaments of galaxies separated by giant voids, the cosmic web is the name astronomers give to the structure of our universe.tWhy...

Where do atoms come from? Billions of years of cosmic fireworks.

Michelle ThallerDr. Michelle Thaller is an astronomer who studies binary stars and the life cycles of stars. She is Assistant Director of Science Communication...

Are scientists on the brink of discovering a mirror universe?

tScience fiction has long speculated about parallel universes and what they may be like.tResearchers have devised new experiments to look for how a mirror...

Our Galaxy Has a Shocking Array of Really Strange Stars. Here’s...

You know how stars do. They're out there, doing their thing, fusing a whole bunch of hydrogen into helium, shining up the joint.But some...

How fast is Earth moving through space? That depends.

MICHELLE THALLER: Eugene, you've asked one of my favorite questions and a surprisingly deep one. The essence of it is: How fast are we...

Astronomers Just Solved The Bizarre Mystery of a Galaxy With No...

A huge discovery that was incompatible with our current theories of dark matter and galaxy formation may have just been resolved.After a new analysis,...

Physicists Say They’ve Come Up With a Mathematical Model For a...

Physicists have come up with what they claim is a mathematical model of a theoretical "time machine" - a box that can move backwards...

Our Brains Are Too Puny to Fully Understand The Scale of...

As an astrophysicist, I am always struck by the fact that even the wildest science-fiction stories tend to be distinctly human in character.No matter...

Stephen Hawking’s Final Theory About Our Universe Has Just Been Published,...

Groundbreaking physicist Stephen Hawking left us one last shimmering piece of brilliance before he died: his final paper, detailing his last theory on the...

A Second ‘Big Bang’ Could End Our Universe in an Instant,...

Our universe may end the same way it was created: with a big, sudden bang.That's according to new research from a group of Harvard...