Radio image by Natasha Hurley-Walker/ICRAR/Curtin and the GLEAM Team. MWA tile and landscape by Dr. John Goldsmith/Celestial Visions
Pieter van Dokkum Roberto Abraham Gemini Sloan Digital Sky Survey
Maybe you've always wondered what the universe would look like if you could see radio waves ― or maybe not. Either way, you'll be wowed by this extraordinary new view of the cosmos as seen by the Murc...
Dragonfly 44 could help solve one of nature's biggest mysteries.
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The plot covers 650 billion cubic light-years and contains 1.2 million galaxies.
Scientists have discovered hundreds of hidden galaxies behind the Milky Way using a radio telescope at the Parkes Observatory in western New South Wales. The newly-discovered galaxies are 250 million...