We Just Observed the Most Powerful Explosion in the Universe

Gamma-ray bursts are the most powerful explosions in the cosmos. These explosive events last a fraction of a second to several minutes and emit the same amount of gamma rays as all the stars in the universe combined. International researchers…

New Research brings Science on the verge of unraveling Big Bang Theory

Physicists may have finally understood how our Universe was created. They have finally been able to decode the Big Bang theory. The Big Bang Theory describes cosmic inflation and is the most widely supported explanation of how our Universe began. Initially,…

It’s Settled, The Universe is a closed Sphere; End of Debate

A recent research suggests that the shape of the Universe is a closed sphere rather than a flat or an open surface. Scientists have been studying our universe for a long time. There have been several theories and discussions regarding…

Scientists raise chances of Earth-like planets in the Universe

There’s no denying the fact that Earth is the only habitable planet and one of its kind, but according to new evidence there may be numerous Earth-like planets in the universe!

Hubble Constant has got scientists up all night; not to get lucky

The Hubble Constant is the rate at which the universe is expanding. It first came to light when Edwin Hubble came up with the idea of a constant rate of expansion for the universe. In 1919, Harlow Shapley observed the…

What existed before the Big Bang: If we manage to find, will God cease to exist?

In the nothingness that we are surrounded by, what existed before the Big Bang? If we knew, will the world cease to be what it is today?

Masterplan of the Universe and a speck of dust that’s Milky Way

The renderings of our Milky Way galaxy show a tiny speck in midst of other galaxies and colossal voids.

Our Milky Way is just one of 2,000,000,000,000 galaxies

Various Space Agencies issued press releases concerning the increase in the number of observed galaxies in our universe system. The 10 times as many galaxies packed into a given volume of space in the early universe compared with what’s found…

Imaging the Invisible

In a galaxy far far away, astronomers finally imaged the picture of an all-consuming elusive cosmic phenomenon – Black Holes! HEAD SHOT After thirteen years of studies and observations, the Event Horizon Telescope (ETM) project released the first true image…