We can't give up on gravastars yet, argues a new paper.
According to astronomers, even the quietest regions of space may be populated by sky-chewing black holes.
Could this be signs of V404 Cygni choking as it feeds?
Arthur Jeffes collaborated with NASA astrophysicists to turn a billion-year-old star signals into music.
A step toward solving the black hole information paradox.
Astronomers are fascinated by a weirdly skinny black hole.
By a black hole, no less.
A way around the black hole information paradox?
The Event Horizon Telescope starts earning its keep.
Physicist and writer Sabine Hossenfelder explains in '10 Things You Should Know About Black Holes.'