by Yahoo News UK
A runaway star travelling across our galaxy at enormous speed was probably hurled from its cluster by a previously unknown type of black hole.
Researchers from the Keck telescope believe that the high-velocity star, PG 1610+062, was flung across the Milky Way by a “mid-mass black hole” (MMBH).
Continue reading Star was hurled across our Milky Way galaxy by new, unseen kind of black hole
by Ellen Michals, Todays in Tech
In past, we can only see the sun, the moon, and stars. The advancements in science took place and made people able to see and study the solar system. Further developments made scientists able to study the Milky Way Galaxy. Science is getting advance with time and is finding its way in space step by step. Space is full of different wonders. At present, scientists have found one such wonder named as Whirlpool Galaxy.
Continue reading Whirlpool Galaxy: A wonder of stars in space
by University of Southampton, Phys.org
A University of Southampton-led project has shown a black hole spinning near its maximum possible rate around its axis.
Continue reading Researchers discover black hole in our galaxy spinning rapidly around itself
by Michelle Starr, Science Alert
The peculiar movement of gas at the galactic center could be the smoking gun that finally leads astronomers to the most elusive type of black hole – the middleweight.
Continue reading Astronomers Have Found Evidence of a Big Black Hole Wandering Our Galaxy
by Ashish, Science ABC
If you are into stargazing and astronomy, in general, then you probably know that the Milky Way, i.e., the galaxy of which we are a part, is constantly moving. Our planet, the sun, the solar system and our entire galaxy is constantly revolving. More specifically, the arms of the galaxy are moving through space, so the sun and our solar system travel with them.
Continue reading Why Do Stars Appear To Be Stationary If The Galaxy Is Constantly Moving?