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Astronomers discover a mysterious, 10 million-light-long magnetic field connecting two galaxy clusters

Close-up of the filament. Image: DSS and Pan-STARRS1 (optical), XMM-Newton (X-rays) PLANCK satellite (y-parameters), F. Govoni, M. Murgia, INAF Scientists have discovered radio waves emerging from space between a pair of galaxy clusters – evidence of intergalactic magnetic fields and fast moving particles in the space between these huge galactic arrays. The universe consists of a vast network of galaxy …

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Astronomers discover Ring around the supermassive black hole of the Milky Way

By Charles E. Blue, National Radio Astronomy Observatory 5. June 2019 Artistic representation of a ring of cool interstellar gas surrounding the supermassive Black hole in the middle of the Milky Way. New ALMA observations reveal this structure for the first time. Credit: NRAO / AUI / NSF; S. Dagnello Through decades of study, astronomers have developed a clearer picture …

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Scientists discover an ancient rock structure that hides under the Antarctic and moves the ice

Deep beneath the frozen wastelands of Antarctica, scientists have discovered ancient tectonic plate structures that have a major impact on the melting patterns in the continental largest ice shelf. The Hidden Rock, which has been around for hundreds of millions of years, controls the flow of water around the gigantic Ross Ice Shelf. This shelf is currently acting as a …

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Astronomers discover dozens of stars driven out of their homes

We often think of stars as things that do not move much, but in some galaxies that is far from a universal truth. New observations from NASA's powerful Chandra X-Ray Observatory show that some stars are routinely booted from their own host galaxies and sent back into space. <p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (0) – sm Mt (0,8em) – …

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Astronomers discover "forbidden" planets in the "Neptunian desert"

Exoplanet NGTS-4b – also known as the "Forbidden Planet". Image credits: University of Warwick / Mark Garlick A Neptunian planet has been found in a "Neptunian desert" in an international collaboration of astronomers with telescopes to be operated by the University of Warwick. NGTS-4b is 20%. smaller than Neptune, about three times the size of the Earth, and referred to …

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Scientists discover signal conductor plates in body cells

The first images of the cell-wide mesh were taken by scientists at the University of Edinburgh using computer techniques similar to those for the first image of a black hole. The results show that cells in the body are wired like computer chips to direct signals that instruct their functioning. However, unlike a fixed circuit board, cells can quickly rewire …

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