Astronomers may have seen a star gulp down a black hole
For the first time, astronomers have captured solid evidence of a rare double cosmic
A star swallowing a compact object such as a black hole or neutron star. In turn
The first hints of the gruesome event, described in the Sept. 3 Science, came from the Very Large Array
A radio telescope consisting of 27 enormous dishes in the New Mexican desert near Socorro.
He and his colleagues made follow-up observations of the galaxy using the VLA and one
The Keck telescope caught a luminous outflow of material spewing in all directions at 3.2 million
The team then found an extremely bright X-ray source in archival data from the Monitor of All Sky X-ray