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Milky Way's Giant Black Hole Lets out Two Giant, Radioactive Burps

Table Manners The supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy might be feeling a bit queasy – scientists say it "burped" two gigantic bubbles of radioactive gases. Scientists first caught a glimpse of the bubbles – tens of lightyears wide – in the 1980s, according to Business Insider . But astronomers could finally get a better look at …

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Radioactive dust from an old supernova is buried in the Antarctic

Splash Damage Radioactive dust from a supernova landed in the Antarctic from a star that exploded millions of years ago into a supernova, where it was finally buried under countless thousands of pounds of snow. After a massive excavation effort, scientists hope the study of dust reveals new secrets about the cosmic environment of our solar system, said lead researcher …

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Ro5 researchers suggest that radioactive levels in 2017 will come from a major nuclear release

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A very large team of researchers from across Europe has found evidence indicating that the values ​​for radioactive ruthenium in 2017 across the continent came from an unknown nuclear source. In their article, published in Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences the group describes their study of the unusual readings two years ago and what they …

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Ukraine: Chernobyl radioactive dust control is revealed

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, inaugurated on Wednesday a huge building, which was built to lock up radioactive debris in the 1986 nuclear reactor exploded in Chernobyl. Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant No. 4 construction cost € 1.5 billion The construction cost of the entire project was € 2.2 billion. The elaborate construction to secure the core of the molten …

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Antarctic ice melts with radioactive heat source

kilometers beneath the Antarctic ice, a radioactive heat source slowly melts below it, researchers believe. Researchers fly with radar across the ice to "see" three kilometers under the ice, where the hot material seems to melt the ice slowly. Researchers believe that the heat source consists of radioactive rocks and hot water from the earth's crust. A hidden underground heat …

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Astronomers find collision of stars 350 years ago spilled radioactive molecules into space

A group of international astronomers have discovered that a pair of stars that collided nearly 350 years ago spilled radioactive molecules into space. Researchers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, discovered the discovery of the remnants of an explosive stellar fusion that occurred in 1670 (and seen from Earth) known as CK Vulpeculae or CK Vul. We …

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348-year-old radioactive molecule discovered in space

The scientists observed that the molecules in the debris surrounding CK Vul are about 2000 light-years from Earth. In addition, astronomers claim that this is the first molecule to carry an unstable radioisotope that has been definitively detected outside our solar system. <img srcset = "https://images.news18.com/ibnlive/uploads/2018/08/star.jpg" alt = "348-year-old radioactive molecule discovered in space" title = "348-year-old radioactive molecule discovered …

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Astronomers find rare radioactive molecules in the "belly" of a tattered star

Discovered in a red nova in the vulpecula constellation, this is the first time the radioactive molecule has ever been discovered outside our solar system. For the first time, astronomers have discovered the traces of a rare radioactive molecule, a molecule that does not exist on Earth, Phys.org . The molecule 26-aluminum monofluoride (26AlF) in question is a radioactive isotope …

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