Hubble Detects Brightest Quasar in the Observable Universe

Ancient Quasar


“That’s something we have been looking for a long time,” said lead author Xiaohui Fan at the University of Arizona. “We don’t expect to find many quasars brighter than that in the whole observable Universe!”


“Hiding in Plain Sight” –Neutron Stars Hint at Known Unknowns About the Dark Side of Our Universe


“If we did discover exotic neutron decays, then we would in the same stroke also learn something amazing about the dark side of our universe—the survival of massive neutron stars would then immediately tell us that there isn’t just one dark matter particle, but a whole set of dark particles with their own dark forces.” said Jessie Shelton, physicist at the University of University of Illinois who has won awards from MIT and the LHC Theory Initiative working on a broad range of topics in particle physics beyond the Standard Model, with particular interests in dark matter, top quarks, and the Higgs boson.



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