Scientists from 44 countries will use the telescope to look at alien worlds and penetrate supermassive black holes at the centre of galaxies.
Physicists say the anomaly has given hundreds of scientists new ideas for how to look for new particles in the universe.
Simulations showed that the light came from billions of previously invisible dwarf galaxies spawning trillions of stars.
Study authors suspect the low-frequency signal might be coming from gravitational waves, which serves an indicator of cosmic activity.
The ‘leftover glow’ is coming from some dwarf galaxies that are present in the nearby universe “just beyond detectability”
New Horizons is currently cruising beyond the solar system's edge, where light pollution caused by sunlight bounces off dust and debris.
The census will be used to study everything from star formation to evolution of galaxies to supermassive black holes and their interaction.
They found that both systems are likely being shaped by “similar principles of network dynamics, despite the radically different scales and processes at play”.
The total amount of matter in the observable Universe is equivalent to 66 billion trillion times the mass of our Sun.
Rocket Lab will need help from leading scientists, and has already recruited MIT astronomer and planetary scientist Sara Seager.
The discovery suggests that planets may actually be capable of surviving the formation of a white dwarf.
The discovery, some experts think, might 'signal a gap' in the current understanding of dark matter and its properties.
NASA funds five 'concept mission' studies to the Sun; two will be chosen to carry out their missions
The five shortlisted proposals are will each receive $1.25 million from NASA to carry out a nine-month mission concept study.
Black dwarfs are white dwarfs that have cooled down to the temperature of the “cosmic microwave background”, and become invisible.
This gas cloud in the constellation Aquilla 'beats' in rhythm with a black hole 100 light-years away.
The 'baby' galaxy was discovered using the powerful ALMA radio telescope in Chile, using a technique called gravitational lensing.
Scientists spotted a super flare originating hundreds of light years away, more powerful than those on our Sun sends out
Previously, they thought only younger star could cause such explosions, however, the study showed that older star can cause them as well.
The structure stretches across the southern border of the universe, and comprises thousands of galaxies and huge amounts of gas and dust.
eROSITA telescope scans the entire sky, produces comprehensive X-ray map that shows millions of objects
The objects discovered include Milky Way stars and supermassive black holes at the centres of other galaxies.
The study reveals that the planet is up to 58 times as massive as the Earth and completes an orbit every 8.5 days.