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This Object Has Been Sprayed With The World's Blackest Material, And It's Freaking Us Out

Seriously, that's not Photoshopped.<p>Well, we've finally cracked it. Scientists have finally figured out how to paint a portal to another dimension, as …

Plummet from space with this Tim Peake VR experience

When Tim Peake returned from the International Space Station (ISS) in June 2016 he was carried by the Soyuz TMA-19M space capsule. He was crammed …

Scientists spotted a supernova just hours after it exploded

Its dying gasps could reveal what makes stars go out with a bang<p>Talk about going out with a bang. Stars that are about 10 times more massive than the Sun tend to die in colossal explosions called supernovae.<p>Scientists aren't sure why or how these stars detonate near the end of their lives, but …

A scale-stripping gecko, an intergalactic bridge, and other amazing images of the week

Star Wars Rebels Ended With a Bit of a Bombshell This Week

<i>Star Wars Rebels</i> has never shied away from emotion—and the latest episode, <i>Legacy of Mandalore</i>, offers up an extra-large serving. It puts us smack in …

Astronomers have spotted a black hole so ravenous, it's pushing the limits of physics

Astronomers have discovered a giant black hole that's so hungry, it's been gorging on a star for more than a decade — more than 10 times longer than any stellar meal detected before.<p>Not only is this by far the largest meal a black hole has been seen consuming, but the feast has been going on so …

Genetics Startup Helix Wants To Create A World Of Personalized Products From Your DNA

As the price of DNA sequencing drops, a new wave of consumer genomics companies is taking the science mainstream. Are you ready?<p>Before his death from pancreatic cancer in 2011, Steve Jobs paid $100,000 to have his DNA sequenced. It was a rare and expensive move that, according to biographer Walter …