The structure stretches across the southern border of the universe, and comprises thousands of galaxies and huge amounts of gas and dust.
People will be able to see inner regions of faraway galaxies, close ups of planets, nebulas, the nuclei of comets and more with this feature.
While we know it exists, making up a quarter of the universe, we are yet to see a dark matter particle.
The astronomy team that made the new Hubble constant measurements is dubbed H0LiCOW.
These images are the lesser-known images captured by the NASA/ESA collaborative telescope.
The Sun orbits at 230km per second despite being 26,700 light-years away from our galaxy’s centre.
Scientists believe the protocluster was born 13.8 billion years ago and were present in the very early stages of the universe.
The space telescope was first launched on 25 August 2003 captures images in Infrared.
There is a cavity at the centre of this galaxy as there has been no formation of new stars in the past 100 billion years.
Wormholes have been theorized. Even if they really exist, they may not be much use for space travel.
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The collision with the Large Magellanic Cloud is 'long overdue' & needed to make our galaxy typical: Study.
The technique gives astronomers the most accurate measurements of dark matter made so far.
Dark fluid explains some mysteries of the universe, like why galaxies don't fly apart as they spin.
Astrosat's UV capabilities allow hot stars to be seen individually, better estimate mass & temperature.
The newly-discovered exoplanet is orbits the fastest moving star in our night sky: Researchers.
The AI bot named "ClaRAN" spots radio galaxies that emit radio jets from supermassive black holes.
Supermassive black holes emit powerful jets which were studied in different conditions for a long time.
A million billion times the sun's mass, Hyperion looks to Earth as it did billions of years ago.
This means more time for scientists to spend looking at new types of galaxies: Researcher.