"Really this was the best option in the world."
Scientists think Victor Buso's images are the first of their kind.
When massive stars come to the end of their life cycles, they self-destruct in a cataclysmic final explosion.
They may have used a tool similar to a sundial to find out the exact cardinal directions.
Despite the backlash, Rocket Lab may do it again.
Events like these occur dozens of times each year. Why was this one special?
The discovery marks the first inactive black hole ever found at the heart of a giant globular star cluster.
The ancient embryonic galaxy existed just 500 million years after the start of the universe.
Unfortunately for black holes, we can still take pictures.
The signals come from deep space.
The meteor was part of the annual Quadrantid meteor shower.
Water from nearby springs had been deliberately diverted to create the illusion that the sanctuary was floating, as if on a mirror.