Milky Way’s “Extremely Extreme Life”

  We have known since the 1990s that planets exist around pulsars, says Harvard’s chief astronomer, Avi Loeb, which are extraordinarily dense objects born out of the violent explosions of stars. It’s reasonable to assume that planets might also exist around black holes, which, perhaps surprisingly, have a much weaker impact on their environment than … Continue reading Milky Way’s “Extremely Extreme Life”