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Weighing OJ 287 and the project MOMO

The densest and longest radio-to-high-energy view of the binary black hole at the center of the active galaxy OJ 287 more

Oxygen in Earth’s Higher Atmosphere

First detection of the atomic 18O isotope in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere of Earth more

Nine new and exotic creatures for the pulsar zoo

New discoveries from the Transients and Pulsars with MeerKAT Project more

RAS Group Award 2023 goes to MeerKAT

The MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa receives prestigious award of the Royal Astronomical Society more

SKAO: Mega science project reaches the next milestone

International radio astronomy community is celebrating the start of construction of the SKA Observatory’s telescopes, and the awarding of significant contracts more

To the Heart of 3C 273

To the Heart of 3C 273

November 22, 2022

International Team Observes Innermost Structure of a Quasar Jet more

Energetic Winds blow from the Triangulum Galaxy

Radio observations reveal a complex scenario for the interplay between star formation and the interstellar medium in the galaxy M33 more

A ‘Fingerprint’ in Space

A ‘Fingerprint’ in Space

October 12, 2022

A new image from the JWST shows at least 17 dust rings created by a rare type of star and its companion, locked in a celestial dance. more

A win for science and the Lusatia region

German Center for Astrophysics - Research. Technology. Digitization. (DZA) wins competition for structural funding more

A ‘Hot Spot’ orbiting Sagittarius A*

Astronomers detect hot gas bubble swirling around the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole more

A Sanitizer in the Galactic Centre Region

Interstellar Detection of Iso-Propanol in Sagittarius B2 more

A Slowly Rotating Neutron Star

Unusual neutron star spinning every 76 seconds is discovered in stellar graveyard more

Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the heart of the Milky Way

Breakthrough discovery: EHT´s unprecedented observations improve our understanding of what happens at the very centre of our galaxy more

A last GREAT opportunity for decades to come

GREAT prepares for SOFIA’s last flight mission

The Hunt for the Gravitational Wave Background

NASA’s FERMI Satellite Hunts for Extremely Long-wavelength Gravitational Wave Signals more

Cosmic flashes pinpointed to a surprising location in space

Localisation of a recurring source of radio flashes in the nearby galaxy M81 more

Supermassive black hole caught hiding in a ring of cosmic dust

MATISSE observations of the centre of the active galaxy NGC 1068 at the ESO-VLTI more

The Early Cooling of our Universe

Shadow of cosmic water cloud reveals the temperature of the young Universe more

Images at the Highest Angular Resolution in Astronomy

How a Binary Black Hole may be Bending the Relativistic Jet in the Quasar OJ 287 more

The Search for an Isotropic Gravitational Wave Background

World-wide radio telescope network enhances signal that may hint at ultra-low frequency gravitational waves more

Einstein wins again

Einstein wins again

December 13, 2021

The theory of general relativity passes a range of precise tests set by pair of extreme stars more

Towards the Detection of the Nanohertz Gravitational-wave background

The European Pulsar Timing Array provides a significant step forward more

Artificial intelligence sharpens the view into space

New research cluster combines radio astronomy and data science in North Rhine-Westphalia more

GLOSTAR - tracing atomic and molecular gas in the Milky Way

Two powerful telescopes provide the most detailed radio maps of the Northern Galactic Plane more

Into the Dark Heart of Centaurus A

Event Horizon Telescope exposes the center of the nearest radio galaxy more

A new telescope to study Einstein’s theory and Nature’s most compact objects

Using the South African MeerKAT telescope, astronomers started to systematically explore binary pulsars for tests of gravity more

The Discovery of 8 New Millisecond Pulsars

South Africa’s MeerKAT Radio Telescope explored the central re-gions of globular clusters in search of very weak pulsars more

Multifrequency Observations of M87*

Telescopes unite in unprecedented observations of the famous black hole more

The Opticon-RadioNet Pilot Project (ORP) is launched

Kick-off for Europe’s largest astronomy network more

EHT Astronomers Image Magnetic Fields at the Edge of M 87’s Black Hole

Event Horizon Telescope Observations of Polarised Radio Emission of the Supermassive Object in the Centre of M87 more

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