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Astronomers look back 13 billion years and see how two galaxies collide

Artistic representation of the merging galaxies. Figure: National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. Scientists may have discovered the farthest (and thus most recent) example The research team in Japan observed a distant light source called B14-65666 with the Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter array of telescopes in Chile. Higher-resolution data from the light emitted by oxygen and carbon ions suggests that …

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Astronomers looking for extraterrestrial life publish the largest record in history

Astronomers announce that they publish the largest amount of data ever published for the search for extraterrestrial life. Researchers of Breakthrough Listen – a $ 100 million alien hunting project initiated by greats such as Stephen Hawking, the "most comprehensive and sensitive" search for alien technology signatures ever conducted. And it will release the data from its search for alien …

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Astronomers measure tiny black hole in the nearby dwarf galaxy

When people think of a black hole, they typically imagine a large, burning cosmic being, millions or billions of times larger than our sun. However, not all black holes are supermassive, and the smaller ones are also important. A team of scientists from the University of Michigan measured the mass of a small black hole in a nearby dwarf galaxy …

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NASA Apollo 10: 98 percent of astronomers have the legendary NASA capsule FOUND | of Snoopy convinces science | news

Apollo 10 was the fourth manned mission in the NASA space program and the second capsule orbiting the moon. Launched on May 18, 1969, Mission F was a test for NASA's first moon landing, during which all components and procedures were tested shortly before they actually landed. The Apollo 10 module, which is only four meters wide, was called Snoopy …

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Astronomers warn of asteroids that could hit Earth in September

An asteroid half the size of a rugby field could penetrate Earth this year, according to the European Space Agency. The latest list of dangerous near-Earth objects released on Friday includes QV89 in 2006 – which has a one-in-7299 chance on 9/10. September to collide with our planet. It is in fourth place among the 10 most worried, but it …

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Astronomers find first evidence of a strange radio bridge connecting two galaxy clusters

For the first time, a colossal magnetic field was observed between two clusters of galaxies. About a billion light-years away, the "bridge" of the radio-emitting plasma spans 10 million light-years, following a thread in the mysterious cosmic web that connects the universe. The space between galaxy clusters is not completely dark and empty. In between, long strands of diffuse and …

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