High-energy particles that make up M87’s jet are shooting out from a region near the event horizon, and has been observed to be mysteriously dimming and brightening in previous Hubble data. The massive jet can be seen in the X-ray image above from NASA's Chandra observatory.

NASA spots massive jet of high-energy particles spewing more than 1,000 light-years into space from the first black hole scientists have ever directly imaged

The question should be asked: are we looking at the wrong phenomenon and should be debating global cooling?

When pollsters realized the public and elected officials weren’t buying global warming as a concept or policy, in a brilliant political move, they came up with the phrase “climate change.”

Transferring neural data to and from supercomputers in the cloud is likely to be the ultimate bottleneck in B/CI development.

A future ‘human brain/cloud interface’ will give people instant access to vast knowledge via thought alone

Imagery shows the dusty ring - or torus - which circles the enormous black hole.

First-ever direct image of the dusty ‘torus’ ring surrounding a supermassive black hole is captured by scientists

Binary star formation through disk fragmentation starts with a young star surrounded by a rotating disk of gas and dust. The disk fragments, with a second star forming within the disk, surrounded by its own disk. The two stars form an orbiting pair.

Massive twin star discovered snuggling close to its stellar sibling in its cradle

Our deepest galaxy surveys can reveal objects tens of billions of light years away, but there are more galaxies within the observable Universe we still have yet to reveal.

How Much Of The Unobservable Universe Will We Someday Be Able To See?

These results were published as Takekawa et al. "Indication of Another Intermediate-mass Black Hole in the Galactic Center" in The Astrophysical Journal Letters on January 20, 2019.

Astronomers have detected a stealthy black hole from its effects on an interstellar gas cloud.