Space, astronomy and planetary science
Black holes in these environments could combine repeatedly to form objects bigger than anything a single star could produce.
Researchers mark a silver anniversary for a space geodesy technique pioneered at MIT.
Machine-learning system uses physics principles to augment data from NASA crowdsourcing project.
Signals suggest black hole emits a jet of energy proportional to the stellar material it gobbles up.
Emitted just 180 million years after Big Bang, signal indicates universe was much colder than expected.
MIT Haystack Observatory researchers find that the moon's shadow created long-predicted ionospheric bow waves during the August eclipse.
Grad students Alexa Aguilar and Arthur J. Brown receive honor that recognizes outstanding student academic performance, civic contributions, and research.
The planetary system’s dense configuration gives clues to its formation