Scientists have made a third detection of gravitational waves, again caused by the merger of two black holes. But they think there's something different about the black holes in this case.
The discovery of a new black hole adds to our understanding of these celestial objects that fascinate in both fact and fiction.
The observation of gravitational waves from a second black hole merger implies there are many more black holes in the universe than scientists had previously anticipated.
The information paradox is one of the great mysteries in our understanding of black holes. But has the famous theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking found the solution?
The best observations yet of a mysterious gas cloud that was heading for the black hole at the hear of our Milky Way reveal it may have more stellar origins.
A supermassive black hole, situated at the heart of our galaxy, erupted in an immensely powerful explosion two million years…
A magnetar - a type of pulsar with a strong magnetic field - has been found at the centre of our Milky Way, allowing researchers…