Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Results support view that dark matter and dark energy make up most of the cosmos.
SLAC and Stanford astrophysicists made crucial contributions to the galaxy survey.
Discovery challenges current ideas of how and where such super-charged supernovas occur.
Researchers have found evidence of particles that are their own antiparticles. The discovery could help make quantum computers more robust.
The earliest galaxies, which illuminated and ionized the Universe, formed early, less than 800 million years after the Big Bang.
By applying a new computational analysis, astronomers obtained images ten times sharper than what Hubble could achieve on its own.
A multi-institution team may have recorded the smallest-ever movement of an object across the sky.
This violation of symmetry, called the charge-parity (CP) violation, does not explain the large amount of matter existing in the Universe.
Space Systems Engineering students design a close-range mission to a giant asteroid that will fly by Earth in 2029.
Nearly 3 billion light years from Earth, the black holes are the farthest ever detected.