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SOFIA Observations by Supernova 1987 Surprise astronomers

Concept of an artist illustrating Supernova 1987A when the powerful blast penetrates its outer ring and destroys most of its dust before the dust rebuilds or grows rapidly. SOFIA observations show that dust – a building block of stars and planets – can recreate immediately after the catastrophic damage caused by the supernova's pressure wave. Credits: NASA / SOFIA / …

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Astronomers find a new, nearby galaxy

<! – -> The above computer animation uses Hubble Space Telescope and Ground Telescope data to take you on a journey through the globular cluster NGC 6752. It shows a newly discovered dwarf galaxy – Bedin 1 – that hides behind the planet globular clusters. Astronomers found this little galaxy when they used the Hubble Space Telescope to photograph the …

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Astronomers are astounded by a mysterious "empty garbage bag" object that makes a strange orbit around the earth … up to a distance of 370 miles from our planet

ASTRONOMERS are stunned by a mysterious piece of space debris that orbits the earth in an unusual way. The debris removed up to 370 miles from the surface of the earth is considered an "empty garbage bag object". piece of large, light debris is thought to be from a rocket launch – but experts can not figure out which [19659005] …

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Oumuamua: Why the strange object may confuse astronomers for decades

In 2016, something about the size of a skyscraper emerged from outer space and moved toward the inner solar system. The mysterious object flew around our planet on October 14 at a distance of approximately 15 million miles. But only four days later, humanity finally discovered it in the telescope data. At that time, it was moving away from the …

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