What's with the black hole? Fortnite goes down for hours; angry users tweet
The black hole is the only thing players can see right now, along with a big red exit button.
Can’t expect 10x engineer to always be a miracle worker
A 10x engineer is one who can cram in several hours of work, more than an average eng...
Asteroids may play key role in spreading life: Study
Calculations showed there may be as many as 10 trillion asteroid-sized objects carrying life, according to Idan Ginsburg, a postdoctoral scholar at the Harvard University in the US.
Chinese company under fire for claiming black hole 'copyright'
The ESO has said Visual China Group has not made contact about the black hole image and it is illegal for it to claim copyright.
First black hole image boosts shares of some firms in China
Companies linked to space telescopes and optical lenses bucked broader market declines.
Collapse of star captured for the first time
On June 17, the ATLAS survey's twin telescopes in Hawaii found a spectacularly bright anomaly 200 million light years away in the Hercules constellation.
Second repeating fast radio burst from space discovered
The detection by CHIME of FRBs at lower frequencies means some of these theories will need to be reconsidered.
Soon, Tesla's BlackHOLE to gobble up waste in Ladakh
The innovative waste disposal technology from the Tesla stable will form the backbone of a waste disposal system being rolled out as the tourism boom has set off alarm bells over the adverse impact on Ladakh's fragile ecology. BlackHOLE appears to be a handy solution as it works without electricity or fuel to decompose waste, except glass, into ash.
Fastest growing black hole of the universe discovered
The astronomers have looked back more than 12 billion years to the early dark ages of the universe, when this supermassive black hole was estimated to be the size of about 20 billion suns.
Indian, US satellites find black hole that spins near maximum possible rates
Relatively smaller black holes are exotic end states of massive stellar cores, said astronomers led by the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Mumbai.
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