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JWST detects oldest ‘dead’ galaxy in the known universe — and its death could defy cosmology

Astronomers using the JWST have detected the oldest "dead" galaxy ever detected, at just 700 million years after the Big Bang. The stalled-out relic flouts explanation by our current understanding of the early cosmos.  Astronomers using JWST (the James Webb

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What concluded the ‘dark ages’ in the early universe? New Webb data has just gotten us nearer to solving the mystery

About 400,000 years post the Big Bang, the universe was a very dark place. The glow of the cosmos’s explosive birth had cooled, and space was packed with dense gas – mostly hydrogen – with no sources of light. Gradually,

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How long will life persevere in our Cosmos?

One of the most mortifying aspects of our Cosmos is the knowledge that all things will eventually pass away. New stars and stellar systems, although are likely to keep forming for many billions or even trillions of years to come,

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A monster black hole is powering the brightest known object in the universe

Astronomers have discovered a quasar 12 billion light years away hosting a SMBH (supermassive black hole) that gobbles up mass more than the mass of our sun every day A quasar 500 trillion times brighter than our sun has grabbed

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Our cosmos is merging with ‘baby universes’, causing it to expand, new hypothetical study suggests

The universe is expanding at an ever-accelerating rate, some but not all scientists are in agreement that dark energy is the cause. Maybe, instead, our universe keeps bumping with and absorbing smaller 'baby universes,' a new hypothetical study suggests. Our

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Bridging the universe: How big is the cosmos and is it measurable?

Planck space mission of the European Space Agency has made available detailed maps of the cosmos' oldest light, but even this only nicks the surface of the universe’s full extent. In Short The observable universe is the part we can

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Larger supercollider demanded by researchers at the world’s biggest particle accelerator to find missing 95% of Universe

Researchers at Switzerland based world's biggest particle accelerator have put forth a proposal for a new, comparatively larger, supercollider. Its aim understandably is to discover new particles that would revolutionize physics and lead to a more thorough understanding of how

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Black Holes: The Universe’s Secret Hideouts

Imagine you're on a space adventure, flying past stars and planets, when you come across the universe's best-kept secret: black holes! These cosmic hideouts are so strong that they can pull in anything close by – even light can't escape!

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In a ‘Dark Dimension,’ Physicists look for the Cosmos’s Missing Matter

A notion derived from string theory suggests that dark matter is hiding in a relatively large extra dimension. The theory makes testable assumptions that physicists are examining now. Most of what researchers think exists is consigned to a dark, murky

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Dark Energy Survey bares clues to universe’s complexity

The decade-long effort puts forth findings in consonance with standard cosmological models, but open to more complex interpretations. Way back in 1998, astronomers discovered the fact that the universe is expanding at an ever accelerating rate, owing to a mysterious

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