Maarten Schmidt, the father of quasars, dies at age 92

Scientists discover how first quasars in universe formed

30,000,000 km/h Star, Flex from the JWST Team, Mystery of Quasars Solved

Scientists discover how first quasars in universe formed

A dusty compact object bridging galaxies and quasars at cosmic dawn

James Webb Space Telescope will study super-bright quasars to understand early universe

Cracking a Mystery of Massive Black Holes and Quasars

Using Quasars as a New Standard Candle to Define Distance

Deciphering a Mystery of Massive Black Holes and Quasars with Supercomputer Simulations

Quasars are Standardizable Cosmic Candles, Astronomers Say

Cracking a mystery of massive black holes and quasars with supercomputer simulations

Cracking a mystery of massive black holes and quasars with supercomputer simulations

NASA’s Webb Telescope Will Look Back in Time, Use Quasars to Unlock the Secrets of the Early Universe

NASA’s Webb Telescope Will Look Back in Time, Use Quasars to Unlock the Secrets of the Early Universe

NASA's Webb Telescope will use quasars to unlock the secrets of the early universe

Finding quasars: Rare extragalactic objects are now easier to spot

Finding quasars: Rare extragalactic objects are now easier to spot

Finding Quasars: Important but Extremely Rare Extragalactic Objects Are Now Easier to Spot

Supercomputer Embarks on Effort to Help Map the Universe, Dark Energy and All. Researchers aim to create a three-dimensional map by capturing light from more than 30 million galaxies and quasars.

A new Technique Could use Quasars to Directly Measure the Expansion Rate of the Universe