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Black Hole and Star Winds make up & # 39; Giant Butterfly: & # 39; s; Hubble Image

From the University of Colorado Boulder: Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have completed an unprecedented "dissection" of twin galaxies in the final stages of the merger. The new study, led by CU Boulder Research Associate Francisco Muller-Sánchez, explores a galaxy called NGC 6240. While most galaxies in the Universe have only one supermassive black hole at their center, …

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Giant Impact May have created Mars Moons

A simulation shows a small body ramming into Mars and shooting up debris that eventually forms its two small moons Credit: Robin Canup / Southwest Research Institute have won their two tiny moons after an asteroid hit large object into the surface of the Red Planet. New models indicate that an object the size of the largest asteroid belt could …

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Giant asteroid flies through the Earth-Moon orbit

With a few hours' warning, a relatively large asteroid rolled through the Earth-Moon orbit over the weekend. You might have missed it. Humanity learned hours before the flyby only from the asteroid. An asteroid of the "Tunguska class" was first discovered on April 14 by the Catalina Sky Survey of the University of Arizona. The 2018 GE3 asteroid flew by …

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Giant asteroid with football field size prevents NASA detection as it passes Earth Technology News, Firstpost

If you do not know that a huge asteroid the size of a football field will fly past Earth over the weekend, you're not alone, because even NASA scientists have just learned of the flyby just hours before, reported media Representational image Only 21 hours before the flyby, NASA scientists observed the massive asteroid in an observatory in Arizona, ScienceAlert …

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Heavy Call: Giant asteroid flies through the Earth-Moon orbit

World 22:00 16.04.2018 (geupdated 23:08 16.04.2018) Receive Short URL With only a few hours' warning, a relatively large asteroid rolled through the Earth's orbit the weekend. You might have missed it. Humanity learned hours before the flyby only from the asteroid. An asteroid of the "Tunguska class" was first discovered on April 14 by the Catalina Sky Survey of the …

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Group of nearly 1,400 giant sharks identified off the east coast

WOODS HOLE, Mass. – Analyzing decades of aerial photography, researchers have identified large groups of up to 1,400 giant sharks swimming off the east coast. In a recent study NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center scientists said the largest group was discovered Nov. 5, 2013 in waters off southern New England. This group contained at least 1,398 giant sharks within a …

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Giant Eagle recalls Romaine from Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana for E. coli

Giant Eagle, Inc. voluntarily recalls several items made with romaine lettuce sold at the Giant Eagle, Market District and GetGo locations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana Giant Eagle said the recall was in response to a CDC reference to romaine lettuce sourced from a supply partner in Arizona. The lettuce may be contaminated with E. coli. Escherichia …

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