Advances in technology have helped astrophysicists learn more about how black holes work.
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 new study has suggested that we may be able to pick up the telltale signs of this process from light years away.
Sir Roger Penrose maintains that evidence of our universe's predecessor can still be seen in black holes.
For the first time ever, astronomers have picked up the light produced by two colliding black holes.
A new science experiment has supported the idea that it is possible to use a black hole as an energy source.
Three supermassive black holes over a billion light years away are on an inescapable collision course.
A big announcement is expected next week and it is believed to have something to do with black holes.
A new theory suggests that aliens could fire lasers at black holes to help propel their ships through space.
Physicists have found what could be evidence of 'ghost' black holes from a universe that existed before our own.
Scientists have put forward the possibility that what we think of as a black hole may be something else entirely.
Scientists have discovered an astonishing number of massive black holes hiding within our own galaxy.
Scientists have found the first direct evidence that supermassive black holes control the formation of stars.
A new study has revealed that there are actually tens of millions of black holes in our own galaxy alone.
For the first time ever, scientists have observed two supermassive black holes orbiting one another.
Astronomers have picked up the gravitational waves produced by the merging of two distant black holes.
New evidence has been found to support the idea that matter vanishes when it falls in to a black hole.
The universe could be filled with primordial black holes which pass through us once every 1,000 years.
If it was to become possible to survive a trip in to a black hole, where exactly would you end up?