The Last Journey Simulation used Mira, one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, to model how mass flows through our Universe. Discover how it breaks ground for future cosmological studies.(4:00 min read)
Discoveries concerning the orderly nature of the universe on large scales such as origin, fate, other universes, infinity, space and time.
Age of the Universe Challenged Again
The age of the Universe is crucial in cosmology. Find out how a new study casts doubt on the conventional wisdom concerning when the Big Bang took place. (4:30 min read)
Cosmic Microwave Background Tells Story of the Universe
The Cosmic Microwave Background yielded new information to researchers. Find out why this helps us to better understand the origin and fate of our Universe. (4:30 min read)
Measuring Dark Energy Just Got Way More Precise
Measuring dark energy has always relied on supernovas. Find out about a more accurate technique and how it sheds light on this and other mysteries. (4:30 read time)
Fast Radio Bursts Solve Missing Matter Mystery
Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are a mystery in themselves. Find out how they enabled scientists to determine the mass of conventional matter in the Universe. (4:30 read time)
Mass Discrepancy: Is Dark Matter Hiding in Plain Sight?
The mass discrepancy drives the search for dark matter. Find out how a new approach could solve this riddle. (4:30 read time)
Laws of Nature May Not Be Constant After All
The Laws of Nature are said to be constant throughout the universe. Find out how a new study challenges this fundamental principle of science. (5:00 min read)
Something Versus Nothing: Can Neutrinos Explain It?
Most of us have asked ourselves why there is something versus nothing in the universe. Find out how neutrino particles point to the answer. (5:00 min read time)
Are We Inside A Hubble Bubble?
When we measure the rate at which the universe expands, our two answers don't match. One scientist says its because we're in a Hubble Bubble. Find out more. (4:00 min read)
Primordial Universe Made of Strange Particles
The primordial universe was made of nothing but quarks and gluons for its first ten microseconds. Find out how tracing strange quarks helps solve the mystery of the Big Bang. (4:00 min read)