Astronomy

Deneb – a Brightest Star in the Constellation of Cygnus

Deneb – a Brightest Star in the Constellation of Cygnus

Deneb is the northernmost star in the famous Summer Triangle, a prominent asterism visible at this time of year, made up of three bright stars in three separate contellations. It is the brightest star in the constellation of Cygnus. It is one of the vertices of the asterism known as the Summer Tr.....

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Stellar Black Hole – a Type of Black Hole formed by Gravitational Collapse of a Star

Stellar Black Hole – a Type of Black Hole formed by Gravitational Collapse of a Star

A black hole is a region in space where the pulling force of gravity is so strong that light is not able to escape. A stellar black hole (or stellar-mass black hole) is a type of black hole formed by the gravitational collapse of a star. Stellar black holes, with masses less than about 100 [&hell.....

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Scientists In Spacesuits Are Exploring Hawaiian Lava Tubes Like They Are On Mars

Scientists In Spacesuits Are Exploring Hawaiian Lava Tubes Like They Are On Mars

To explore the moon and Mars in the future, astronauts may need to get up and move closer to the lava tubes, the geological structures that flowed through the lava long ago. These caves are a great place to study the geological history of this world and they can be safe areas to settle. To [&hell.....

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Peculiar Icy Clouds May Have Kept Early Mars Warm Enough For Flowing Rivers

Peculiar Icy Clouds May Have Kept Early Mars Warm Enough For Flowing Rivers

Mars is a dry and cold earth today but billions of years ago it flowed, rivers despite less than one-third of the sunlight our planet receives. So how did Mars get hot enough to hold liquid water? A new study suggests that this may be due to some special ice clouds. As published in the […].....

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No One Can Agree What The Collective Noun For Black Holes Should Be. What Do You Think?

No One Can Agree What The Collective Noun For Black Holes Should Be. What Do You Think?

The collective noun for owl is a parliament. A group of kittens make a blaze. And if you see several hedgehogs, you have a thorn in your hand. But what do you call a team of black holes? Once theoretically, this question has become more relevant, especially since the recent discovery of a diverse.....

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Just Became The Fastest Human-Made Object Of All Time

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Just Became The Fastest Human-Made Object Of All Time

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is the Sun’s internal work and it is providing important new insights to break the record left, right and center. Last week it became the closest man-made object to the sun and it became the fastest man-made object ever, breaking its previous records. It was .....

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How Detection Of An Extraterrestrial Signal Led To The Non-Existence Of TV Channel 37

How Detection Of An Extraterrestrial Signal Led To The Non-Existence Of TV Channel 37

For a long time, in many places, there was no TV channel. If you are looking for channels in the United States, Canada, Mexico, or several parts of Europe or Asia, you will see a gap between 36 and 38. When the U.S. Federal Communications Commission opened up high-frequency signals for the use of.....

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NASA Reveals Details Of Its Proposed Interstellar Probe

NASA Reveals Details Of Its Proposed Interstellar Probe

The Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft entered the interstellar space through bubbles created by the solar wind. Both have sent back interesting data from there. However, none of the astronomers were created to answer the search for space between stars. As a result, NASA and partners are considering an i.....

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Hubble Marks 31st Birthday With Beautiful Portrait Of Star Outburst

Hubble Marks 31st Birthday With Beautiful Portrait Of Star Outburst

The Hubble Space Telescope was launched on April 24, 1990 and has provided humanity with a spectacular view of the universe for more than three decades. Not celebrating its 31st birthday, NASA has released a spectacular new image of a star that emits bubbles of burning gas. Astronomers at the Spa.....

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Large Chunk Of Europe Annihilated In NASA’s Latest Asteroid Impact Simulation Exercise

Large Chunk Of Europe Annihilated In NASA’s Latest Asteroid Impact Simulation Exercise

Every two years, the international government and space agencies take part in a tabletop scene as part of the Planetary Defense Conference. In this exercise, a space rock was found to be advancing towards Earth and can defeat team members and what are the best things to do to avoid disaster. In 2.....

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Researchers using Hubble Telescope to Measure how a Giant Planet Grows

Researchers using Hubble Telescope to Measure how a Giant Planet Grows

Have you ever made complete shambles in your kitchen while baking? It may appear that flour is floating in the air at times, but once you’ve added enough water and formed your dough, the bread will resemble a ball. A similar process is taking place in the far-flung solar system known as PDS.....

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Cygnus X-1 – a Well-known Galactic X-ray Source

Cygnus X-1 – a Well-known Galactic X-ray Source

Cygnus X-1 is a well-known galactic X-ray source. It is a galactic X-ray source in the constellation Cygnus and was the first such source widely accepted to be a black hole. It is thought to be a black hole in the constellation Cygnus. It is a binary star system that is a strong source of [&helli.....

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