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Pair of supermassive black holes discovered on a collision course

A galaxy roughly 2.5 billion light-years away has a pair of supermassive black holes (inset). The locations of the black holes are lit up by warm gas and bright stars that surround the objects. Astronomers wants first detect gravitational wave background generated by supermassive black holes. Credit: A.D. Goulding et al. / Astrophysical Journal Letters 2019              Astronomers have spotted …

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NASA Breakthrough: As the space agency discovered the planet, it has rings "just like Saturn" | Science | news

The Voyager program was first launched in 1977 by NASA to take advantage of a favorable orientation of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Although the original mission was to study only the planetary systems of Jupiter and Saturn, Voyager 2 continued with Uranus and Neptune. Data and photos from Voyager cameras, magnetometers, and other instruments revealed unknown details about each …

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America's mysterious X37B spacecraft discovered by an amateur sky watcher in orbit – before it disappeared out of sight

A SKYWATCHER has cast a rare glance at a secret US Air Force spacecraft. The mysterious X-37B aircraft conducts intelligence operations in Earth orbit and was arrested by an astrophotographer in the US Air Force in front of the camera. 6 A space photographer has taken blurred shots of the spacecraft X37B Credit: Ralf Vandebergh Ralf Vandebergh, The Aviation Journalist …

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Star Trek-like Mirror Universe can be discovered by scientists

Scientists are actively searching for evidence that there is indeed a mirror universe, as seen in the Star Trek franchise. In the World of Star Trek the Mirror Universe was already established in The Original Series with William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy in the first season of Star Trek: Discovery . Star Trek 's Mirror Universe, as its name implies, …

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Rare lava lake discovered on a remote South Atlantic volcano

Scientists have used satellite imagery to detect an extremely rare "persistent lava lake" on a remote sub-antarctic island in the South Atlantic. Researchers from the British Antarctic Survey and University College London studied satellite data to identify the unusual feature on Mount Michael volcano on uninhabited Saunders Island. The island is one of the South Sandwich Islands, a British overseas …

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Extremely rare lava lake discovered on remote British island

False-color image of Saunders Island and the lava lake inside the mountain. Michael. Image: Landsat 8 / BAS Satellite images have confirmed the presence of a persistent lava lake in the crater of Mount Michael – an active volcano on a remote island in the Southern Ocean. Despite frequent appearances in movies and video games, lava lakes are actually quite …

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