The most distant quasar ever observed challenges our understanding of how black holes formed.
The VLBA has observed two supermassive black holes orbiting each other in a gravitational dance.
We’ve never observed a black hole directly, but that could change soon.
How does a galaxy get rid of a supermassive black hole?
Supermassive black holes lurk in the hearts of galaxies, and they can trigger the formation of new stars.
We haven’t completely ruled out black holes as the source of dark matter, but there are few mass ranges left.
What happens when you fall into a black hole? Maybe you could live a long and happy life.
A new x-ray deep field image supports the idea that supermassive black holes formed before galaxies did.
The brightest supernova observed may have been caused by a hungry black hole.