The CHIME telescope has released its first catalog with 492 unique sources of fast radio bursts, the brief flashes of radio waves that have been intriguing astronomers over the past decade.
The Crab Nebula pulsar has sporadically bursted for decades. Now, astronomers have found these mysterious bursts release even more energy than thought.
A single high-energy neutrino may shed light on a star being swallowed by a supermassive black hole some 690 million light-years away.
Giant flares emitted from the surface of highly magnetized neutron stars could explain some gamma-ray flashes astronomers have caught over the past few decades.
Astronomers have released a new, extremely detailed three-dimensional census of our Milky Way galaxy.