Astrophysics News


First-Ever Glimpse of a Skew in Ghostly Neutrinos Could Be Why We Exist

New results from the T2K Collaboration offers insight into how matter came to dominate antimatter, affording us a universe to live in


Astrophysics Not at a Standstill: Astrophysics Highlights

While many science projects are being temporarily brought to a halt by the coronavirus, astrophysical discoveries and advances will continue


Detailed Cosmic Map to Reveal Dark Energy's Sway

DESI, a bold celestial mapmaking effort, will help unravel the mystery of the universe's accelerating expansion rate


Dark Emulator

A supercomputer infused with artificial intelligence hunts for the universe's "dark" components


Into the Unknown: Astrophysics Highlights

Researchers at Kavli astrophysics institutes explore regions of time and space that have so far resisted human understanding


"Beauty"-ful Physics

The Belle II experiment could help explain why there's anything at all


The "Stuff" of Astrophysics: Astrophysics Highlights

From the grossly familiar to the scarcely believable


The Highest-Energy Light Ever Recorded: Astrophysics Highlights

Ever-improving telescope technologies enable astrophysicists to peel back nature's layers, solving stubborn mysteries


Weather Forecast in Galaxy Clusters: Little Chance for Starmaking

Computer models predict the dynamics of galaxies, both inside their astrophysical borders and outside into their broader cosmic environments


Observing the Behavior of Galaxies, the Universe's "Animals": Astrophysics Highlights

Astronomers continue to gain new insight into the ways of galaxies, the most significant individual structures found in the cosmos