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artist's illustration: merging neutron stars

Weizmann Institute scientists help confirm and analyze the star merger

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Why do we not see midsized black holes in the Universe? 


The brightest flash of light in the cosmos could be a rare event involving a star and a supermassive black hole

A small black hole gains mass: Dense cold gas (green) flows toward the center of a stellar cluster (red cross in blue circle) with stars (yellow); the erratic path of the black hole through the gas (black line) is randomized by the surrounding stars

A new model shows how early black holes could have grown to over a billion solar masses

Black Holes, Quantum Information and Fuzzballs
Post by Weizmann Institute physicist, Prof. Micha Berkooz on Hawking’s recent proposal, "There are no black holes"...
Detectors for high-energy cosmic neutrinos are buried under the Antarctic ice

High energy neutrinos from the Universe’s far reaches carry clues to their mysterious sources

Zoloto | Shay Id Alony. Installation, painted wood, 2006
When two black holes get close, what are the chances they will meet and emit gravitational waves?
After the Collapse
Weizmann Institute scientists observe the largest exploding star yet seen...
Stars pulled into the crowded perimeter of a supermassive black hole sometimes collide. Simulation of a collision between two stars.
A ten-year study suggest the mass at the center of the Milky way is a supermassive black hole