Using gamma-ray eyes on NASA's Fermi spacecraft, astronomers now see that our home galaxy sports a matched pair of enormous and recently formed bubbles. It's a mystery how and why they formed.
Evidence continues to mount that our galaxy's supermassive black hole was not always the quiet neighbor it is now.
A careful analysis of Planck observations shows that there really is a mysterious haze emanating from the Milky Way’s core, mission team members say.
New microwave and radio observations resurrect controversy over gigantic lobes seen ballooning from the Milky Way’s center.