An upcoming feature to Amazon's popular voice assistant is straight out of an episode of 'Black Mirror'.
Astronomers have discovered the fastest-growing black hole ever seen and it's an absolute whopper.
Scientists have produced an audio clip from acoustic waves propagating through the gas around a supermassive black hole.
Astronomers have captured the first ever image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy.
While undeniably devastating, the plague was not as widespread or as deadly as has long been believed.
Astronomers have discovered the first known stellar-mass black hole roaming solo through space.
Recently released footage allegedly shows a large, exotic cat that reportedly roams the wilds of Northumberland.
Advances in technology have helped astrophysicists learn more about how black holes work.
A bird with a particular penchant for laying eggs with black yolks has recently gone viral on social media.
A trio of scientists explain exactly how they determined the reason behind the panda's distinctive coloration.
A woodland trail camera has captured footage of what some believe to be evidence of a panther on the loose.
The unexpected discovery succeeds in proving Einstein's theory of general relativity right once again.
Exactly what happens when a black hole collides with one of the most dense stars in the known universe ?
It might sound like science fiction, but the idea of linking two black holes together actually does have some merit.
A black fish with razor-sharp teeth was photographed after washing up on a beach in California last week.
A ranch made famous for its black mailbox and proximity to the secretive US base is now available for purchase.
A new study has suggested that we may be able to pick up the telltale signs of this process from light years away.
A Melbourne carpenter has posted up a photograph he took of a large black cat near the Mornington Peninsula.
For years, some have speculated that this unusual piece of space junk is actually an extraterrestrial device.
Sir Roger Penrose maintains that evidence of our universe's predecessor can still be seen in black holes.