The science goals of the European Space Agency's newest explorer, Euclid, align closely with some of the biggest mysteries in particle physics.
The brightest gamma-ray burst ever detected appears to have produced an emission that is difficult to explain.
As a subfield of astroparticle physics, gamma-ray astronomy, investigates many questions rooted in particle physics in an astrophysical context. A prominent example is the search for self-annihilating...
IceCube’s measurements take researchers a step closer to understanding the origin of high-energy cosmic rays.
Kinney’s presentation of cosmology serves as a useful introduction for the layperson, but also for physics students and even physicists working in different fields.
Data collected by the Hubble and Green Bank telescopes bring a fresh perspective on the origin of the galaxy's enormous "Fermi bubbles".
The keenly awaited first science-grade images from the James Webb Space Telescope did not disappoint.
Stefano Vitale describes the status of LISA as the space-based gravitational-wave observatory moves into its final design phase.
IXPE’s first results provide novel insights into the properties of neutron stars.
Silicon photomultipliers offer many advantages over traditional tube devices, but further R&D is needed to understand their performance under radiation damage.