Over 40 Quintillion Black Holes Are in the Observable Universe, New Estimate Finds

A team of astrophysicists has calculated the number of starsBlack holes in the observable universe have a mass of 40 quintillion, which is 1% of the total ordinary matter in the universe. The researchers focus on stellar-mass black holes, the smallest known group, but note that their calculations could help address the longstanding mystery of … Read more

Take a Look at The Largest And Most Detailed 3D Map of The Universe Ever Made

The Dark Energy Spectroscopy (DESI) instrument, currently pointed at the sky from its home at the Nicholas U Mayol Telescope at Kate Peak National Observatory in Arizona, is tasked with mapping the expansion of space, investigating dark energy, and creating the most detailed three-dimensional map of the universe put together. It’s only been seven months … Read more