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Black holes are mysterious, yet also deceptively simple − a new space mission may help physicists answer hairy questions about these astronomical objects
Black Hole “traffic jams” discovered in galactic centres, international study finds
Kerr-Enhanced Optical Spring for Next-Generation Gravitational Wave Detectors
Mysterious Object In Gap
Five Sydney researchers honoured by Australian Academy of Science
Exploding stars are rare but emit torrents of radiation − if one happened close enough to Earth, it could threaten life on the planet
Unlocking the secrets of the universe: new discoveries in Gravitational Waves
Measuring neutrons to reduce nuclear waste
Mysterious object attracts attention
Why weighty stars hold together
Goldmine of neutron star collision
A year of Science and Engineering at The University of Manchester
High-power fibre lasers emerge as a pioneering technology
Astronomers baffled by repeat explosions 100 billion times the energy of the Sun
On hunt for extreme stars from sofa
Pioneering endometriosis study awarded Marsden funding
The University of Manchester joins landmark mission to trace Universe back to the Big Bang
Scientists closer to solving one of astronomy’s greatest mysteries
A search for links between two of the universe’s most spectacular phenomena has come up empty – for now
New $5.2m supercomputer enhances high impact research around Australia
Science plans for telescope’s first light focus of CCAT Consortium meeting
Are you ready to become a Kilonova seeker?
After 15 years, gravitational waves detected as cosmic ‘hum’
New access to universe
Astronomers find first evidence for new class of gravitational waves which could unveil origin of the Universe
Cornell partners in NSF grant to connect multi-messenger astrophysics research worldwide
ANU and UWA launch a revolution in Australian science education
Researchers find evidence for a Pair-instability Supernova from a very massive first star
ARC-funded Researcher wins prestigious Shaw Prize
Astronomers detected two major targets with a single telescope – a mysterious signal and its source galaxy
Sun, Moon and Earth aligned: what it was like to witness the 2023 total eclipse at sea
A ‘next-generation’ gamma-ray observatory is underway to probe the extreme Universe
Transplant survivor may have solved mystery at the heart of astronomy
For the first time, astronomers have linked a mysterious fast radio burst with gravitational waves
Scientists open door to manipulating ‘quantum light’
Physicists create new model of ringing black holes
When light is neither “on” nor “off” in nanoworld
Astronomical collaboration maps the structure of our Galaxy’s magnetic field
Curious Kids: what are gravitational waves?
Messy death of star
‘Extreme stripping action’ led to messy birth of Southern Ring Nebula, Webb image reveals
In Australia and South Africa, construction has started on biggest radio observatory in Earth’s history
Infrastructure funding supports cutting-edge research
UK joins mission to search for origins of Universe
DECRA funding supports University of Adelaide research
Why should we trust science? Because it doesn’t trust itself
NASA selects STAR-X for $3M mission concept study
‘Micro-fridge’ helps investigate behaviour of atoms and molecules