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A few giant space bubbles could spit cosmic rays on the earth

Galaxy NGC 3079, located 67 million light-years from Earth, seems to blow two huge gas bubbles near its galactic center. This combined X-ray image and optical light image reveals the Superbubbles in their glittering splendor. Photo credit: X-ray: NASA / CXC / University of Michigan / J-T Li et al .; Optical: NASA / STScI Astronomers have discovered a distant …

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James Clerk Maxwell Telescope discovers a 10 billion times stronger flare than the sun's rays

Photo credit: James Clerk Maxwell Telescope London-based James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT), based in Hawaii, has discovered a 10 billion times stronger star flare than the sun's solar flares, a landmark discovery that could resolve decades of questions about the origin of our own sun and about it that give insight into how these celestial bodies were born. "A discovery …

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CC Sabathia has to curse the rays and received his $ 500,000 bonus

Photo: Chris O'Meara (AP) CC Sabathia finished the regular season six of the 2018 season ahead of a performance bonus in his contract that would have given him $ 500,000 to reach 155 innings. He would have gotten it, had not intervened in life and Tampa Bay. In his last start, he rolled through five after throwing only 55 pots …

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AL Notes: Manny, Yanks, Rangers, Rays, ChiSox, Eloy

By Connor Byrne | December 16, 2018 at 12:10 pm CDT Manny Machado Yankees visit. George A. King III of the New York Post relays. It's reportedly one of four visits the superstar infielder wants to make the league in the coming days. So he'll sit down with White Sox, Phillies and a mystery team. Hal Steinbrenner, who said last …

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AL East Notes: Rays, Red Sox, Martin, Giles, Jays

To Mark Polishuk | December 10, 2018 At 23:22 CDT Rays Manager Kevin Cash confirmed that his team would once again use the "opener" strategy in 2019 Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times and other reporters that openers "start" at least twice during each rotation. AL Cy Young Award winner Blake Snell and right-handed Tyler Glasnow are currently scheduled …

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The strangest sharks and rays in the world "on the brink of extinction"

Image copyright Shutterstock Caption The biggest threat to fishing sharks is commercial fishing Some of the world's most unusual sharks and rays are threatened with extinction due to threats such as commercial fishing. A shark that stuns prey with its tail, and a beam that is half of a bus are on the list of 50 species. Scientists say sharks …

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Sailors trading Zunino, Heredia and Rays

Mike Zunino, catcher for Seattle Mariners, a former first-round draft picker who has not lived up to expectations in his six seasons, seems ready for a trip across the country. A source confirmed to The News Tribune that the Mariners are working through the final details of a trade that would send Zunino, outfielder Guillermo Heredia and a minor league …

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60 Second Astro News: Infant Superclusters and Wavering Gamma Rays

In astronomy this week: A gargantuan supercluster of galaxies lurks in the early universe, while data from the Fermi telescope at two supermassive black holes locked in a gravitational dance. A Colossal Galaxy Supercluster in the Early Universe 19659003] Visualization of Proto-supercluster Hyperion ” width=”300″ height=”171″ srcset=”https://s22380.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/hyperion_supercluster-480×274-300×171.jpg 300w, https://s22380.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/hyperion_supercluster-480×274.jpg 480w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px”/> A galaxy proto-supercluster nicknamed Hyperion is …

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