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Astronomers create space jazz from 20 years of galactic data

A Although jazz is famous for skillful improvisation, its standards are still designed to reflect the inspiration of a composer. The saxophone melody of "Take Five" is based on the street music of Turkey, while the thematic material that underlies "Rhapsody in Blue" is the steel rhythm of George Gershwin's features. "Milky Way Blues" – a track released on Monday …

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Astronomers first detected helium in an exoplanet

Astronomers have found evidence that a planet outside our solar system contains a huge amount of helium in its atmosphere. The Hubble observations are the first detections of helium on an exoplanet. Until now, only small amounts of hydrogen and other few elements have been identified in eroding exoplanets. The exoplanet, called WASP-107b, is located about 200 light-years from Earth …

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Astronomers have discovered helium in the atmosphere of an exoplanet for the first time

Astronomers have discovered helium in the atmosphere of an exoplanet called WASP-107b. Scientists said that this discovery is the first of its kind and will help them study the atmosphere of other exoplanets. ( NASA, ESA ) NASA astronomers and the European Space Agency discovered helium in the atmosphere of an exoplanet outside the solar system The recent breakthrough, the …

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Astronomers have finally discovered helium in the air of an alien world – and obviously enough of that.

To conduct their study of WASP-107b, researchers used the Wide Field Camera 3 on the Hubble Space Telescope to observe infrared light through the planet's upper atmosphere. By analyzing the light spectrum, the researchers were able to decode the elemental composition of the planet's air and finally find plenty of helium in the excited state. The traditional method of studying …

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Astronomers look for lost siblings of the sun

A group of astronomers has studied more than 340,000 stars in the Milky Way to find the sun's missing siblings. They believe that "DNA" of these stellar structures could help them identify the stars born at the same time and place as the Sun. Stars are born in clusters and have a similar chemical composition to their companions, but they …

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Astronomers look for long-lost stars in connection with the sun

The sun has siblings out there, and astronomers are looking for them. Astronomers have studied and collected the "DNA" of more than 340,000 stars in the Milky Way, which will help them understand how galaxies formed and developed The GALAH Group, a group of Australian and European researchers, has been working on the project since 2013, and on Wednesday they …

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Yale astronomers discover new galaxies with little dark matter

Emma Wilson A team of 12 astronomers led by Yale astronomy and physics professor Pieter van Dokkum has discovered a new galaxy. While there are hundreds of billions of galaxies in the universe, this discovery is especially important because the galaxy contains at least 400 times less dark matter than expected. Dark matter that is not directly visible is the …

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