The black hole dubbed "The Unicorn" is just 1,500 light years from Earth, and one of the smallest ever found.
One astronomer called it "a lethal, powerful, astronomical ray gun."
Andrew Chael blasted sexist social media attacks on Katie Bouman, who helped develop an algorithm used to capture this week's historic black hole photo.
Katie Bouman, a computer scientist, earned praise for her part in creating the visual. Her post on the moment she loaded the image is captivating, too.
The first-ever photo of a black hole had a strong gravitational pull toward comedy.
For two years, scientists from a global network of telescopes have been attempting to capture the image.
A team of scientists monitored the Milky Way galaxy's center to test Einstein’s theory of general relativity.
World-renowned physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking’s iconic computerized voice was projected into a black hole following a memorial service and interment at Westminster Abbey.
“It is a message of peace and hope, about unity and the need for us to live together in harmony on this planet.”
A new study could overhaul our understanding of these cosmic monsters.