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Astronomers make record time in the recent exoplanet discovery

If we ever discover life in space, it can be found on an Earth-like planet orbiting a nearby star. Exoplanets have become a focus for many astronomers since their discovery three decades ago. But these distant planets are not only being investigated as potential alien home planet – they also help astronomers to better understand the properties of the universe. …

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Astronomers find the rest of the missing ordinary matter of the universe

21st June – So far, scientists had found only about two-thirds of the ordinary matter of the cosmos. But astronomers have solved the so-called "missing baryon problem" by finding the last reservoir of missing ordinary matter. The scientists found the missing material in the form of oxygen gas. The gas filaments were found in intergalactic space and registered temperatures of …

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Astronomers see a trio of earth-sized planets orbiting a distant star – BGR

Humanity will eventually have to leave Earth. We've already messed up our planet pretty much, and even if we do not drive the earth completely over the edge, there's the simple fact that no planet exists forever. In that sense, it makes sense for scientists to start looking elsewhere for potentially habitable worlds, and they've already discovered some great candidates. …

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Astronomers discover Lonely neutron star with a curious past

Recent observations have helped astronomers identify the source of a 2000-year-old supernova explosion. But this explosion and the neutron star that created it seem to have a strange story that can not be explained. Scientists discovered in the 1980s remnants of the supernova called E0102, located more than 200,000 light-years from Earth in the Small Magellanic Cloud. Now, data from …

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Astronomers have discovered an unexpectedly large number of massive stars

A team of European astronomers discovered in four distant galaxies a large number of massive stars that have a mass of more than about 10 solar masses and whose calculation by means of a carbon monoxide measurement technique is the key to understanding the formation and evolution of the universe. According to an article published today in the journal Science, …

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Discovered by astronomers, then decays over Africa

Artistic concept of a near-Earth object: Asteroid discovered on Saturday morning disintegrated over Africa on Saturday night (Photo: NASA / JPL-Caltech) A small asteroid – just been there NASA said: The tiny space rock, about six feet long, entered the Earth's atmosphere at a high speed of 38,000 mph and collapsed several kilometers above the surface. a bright fireball that …

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Astronomers discover 840 small planets beyond Neptune

The universe is an incredibly large place. Despite extensive efforts over the years, many of its regions have still not been explored or explored. Now researchers have discovered and confirmed 840 small worlds in a remote, hard-to-reach area beyond Neptune. This is the largest single find of planets ever made and increases the number of distant planets around the sun …

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Astronomers are closer to the black hole's image of the Milky Way

For a long time researchers wanted to draw a direct picture of a black hole. Thanks to the APEX Radio Telescope in Chile, they come closer to you. The data from the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) in combination with the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) could create the ultimate image of the black hole and reveal new details about the structure …

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