They found that both systems are likely being shaped by “similar principles of network dynamics, despite the radically different scales and processes at play”.
In April this year, a weaker burst was detected and astronomers tracked it to a unique kind of star called a magnetar some 30,000 light-years away from us.
The observation was possible because of the works of a minisatellite called HaloSat that was launched from the ISS in 2018.
Some nuclear star clusters in our galaxy must have been formed from objects falling into black holes, the research suggests.
Stunning 'eye of the serpent' spotted by Hubble in spiral arms of a galaxy in the Hydra constellation
Only half of all the known spiral galaxies have a central bar-like structure, including NGC 2835 and our Milky Way galaxy.
The discovery, some experts think, might 'signal a gap' in the current understanding of dark matter and its properties.
A chemically-synthesized bioweapon and agricultural fumigant, phosphine in also naturally made by some anaerobic microbes in low oxygen environments.
While Chandra captures X-rays in the outflow of stellar explosions in some images, Hubble throws light on galaxies.
After making this observation, the team analysed the data for two years to ensure they had made no mistakes since the Hubble telescope had not been able to detect it.
Scientists have mapped the enormous halo of Andromeda and found that the halo extends 1.3 million light-years from the galaxy.
NGC 1614 galaxy was created due to an active galactic merger, providing it with a peculiar appearance that includes a tidal tail.
Researchers scoured through over 600 spiral galaxies that are 'almost twin' but had different nuclear activity.
Radio bursts are t mystery, they pulse brightly in radio waves for just a few milliseconds before fading away and are rarely seen again.
Radio astronomy tools used by researchers found previously unknown magnetic field structures in the NGC 4217 galaxy.
They have found that the supermassive black hole lives in a galaxy known as Mirach's Ghost due to its proximity to the star Mirach.
Most of the dots in the image are supermassive black holes at the centres of galaxies, devouring gas and becoming so hot that the glow can be seen across the universe.
The FRB in question reports like clockwork, in one of the most definitive patterns seen from a source of these flashes.
"The flash was so powerful that it lit up the stream like a Christmas tree — it was a cataclysmic event!" said Principal Investigator Andrew Fox from STScI.
New beast: Astronomers detect another rare blue optical transient in the universe, 500 million-light-years-away
This explosion has taken scientists by surprise because of its speed and heaviness of the material outflows.
Astronomers capture image of a galaxy described as a “cosmic ring of fire”, as it existed 11 billion years ago
It is two billion times longer than the distance between the Earth and the Sun and makes stars at 50 times the rate of the Milky Way.