This is an anonymous quick change in brightness in some quasars for a long time, it's been a quiet scientist. Existing models couldn't explain this change in the most powerful sources of radiation in the universe. In order to understand this paradox, American astrophysicists model food behavior "supermassive black holes with unprecedented detail. Visualization that has transformed the appearance of black holes with & # 8211; a & # 8230; shot The Astrophysics article increased the speed of absorbing matter by black holes first appeared at curiosity... More
Video with NASA's simulation data demonstrated what the sky would look like if the human eye could perceive gravitational waves. Using simulated data, NASA astronomers showed what the sky would look like if we observed gravitational waves. This is a space-time block created by circular orbit around & # 8217; Objects. The image shows how cosmic gravitational waves Observatory to start with & # 8230; The Article Look at what the sky looks like filled with cosmic brigs (video) appeared first on curiosity... More
Carbon dioxide found on Jupiter's & # 8211; satellite Europe comes from a vast ocean under its winged shell. This is how research was shown through the "James Webb Space Telescope." Maybe there's life in the deep ocean. Carbon dioxide on Jupiter Europe's & # 8211; satellite It's a bimarker, so it shows that CO2 source can be the life of alien organisms. Carbon dioxide detected by & # 8230; The article of the carbon dioxide on Jupiter Europe, may indicate that there is life there originally upon curiosity... More
rocket with a satellite observed by the U.S. Space Force could create a hole in the ionosphere on its way out into space. It's only been launched in 27 hours, and it's a new record. A rocket that made the U.S. Space Force orbit possibly crashed a hole in the upper layers of the Earth's atmosphere after starting 27 hours. This is the new record - the shortest amount of & # 8230; Article of the U.S. Cosmic Air hit a hole in the ionosphere first on curiosity... More
The International Research Group announced the protcluster of A274ODz7p9 galaxies at the record distance from the Earth: 13.7 billion light-years from Earth. Models show that four ancient galaxies come together for tens of millions of years. It's very fast in the evolution of the universe. Artistic illustration based on simulation of the current state of galaxies (top) and merge results (bottom). Image: & # 8230; Article of the nesting galaxy found on "the stars of the universe": At 13 billion light years ago, the Earth first appeared on curiosity... More
The square is one of the key elements necessary to live, which is the surface of Europe from the ocean. Two studies are published in Science magazine. Two independent groups of astronomers used the telescope "James Webb" to study chemical elements on the surface of Jupiter's ice ship -- Europe. A carbon dioxide that locks the device with & # 8217; Interior ocean and formed recently from & # 8230; The Webb article found a carbon source on the surface of Jupiter Europe's satellite first appeared on curiosity... More
The results of early Universe's research change the understanding of the evolution of galaxies. The International Astrophysics Group published the results of the early Universe's observations using a space telescope called James Webb. The analysis shows that the disk galaxies that look like the Milky Way meet 10 times as often as researchers suggested. The Milky Way is a typical disk galaxy. They look at the shape of a thin pancake, & # 8230; The article of the early Universe's galaxy was found similar to the Milky Way first on curiosity... More
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very large telescope found an exodplanet hiding in the system with two stars and brown dwarfs. A very large telescope (VLT) of the Southern Observatory first showed a hierarchical system of four of & # 8217; Objects - HIP 81208. The Ecliptic (Cb) is 15 times more massive than the largest solar system planet, orbiting a small star (C). She moves around & # 8230; Article in the triple stellar system found the planet 15 times more Jupiter started out on curiosity... More
The researchers described chemical reactions that could theoretically lead to the formation of life. alien life -- if it exists -- maybe it doesn't look like Earth at all. But there are a limited number of chemicals in the universe and the only laws that define their interaction. Virgin University researchers made "recipe book" with chemical reactions capable of starting & # 8230; The Chemistry article composed a book of recipes life forming to search for populated worlds first appeared on curiosity... More
The combined image is made up of images taken using two orbital cameras. The researchers published a combined photograph of the Shetton crater near the southern Moon Pole. Two orbitular cameras show in detail both the surface of the satellite and the shaded regions inside the screen. Images are based on camera images installed on the American interplanetary station Lunar Reconaison Orbiter (LRO), which works by & # 8230; NASA's article showed a detailed image of the south pole of the Moon (photo) first appeared on curiosity... More
We know there's ice on the moon, but it's not very clear where it came from. A new study shows that the electrons coming from the Earth and the Sun are facilitated to create frozen water on the surface of the Moon. These electrons go into the Moon when it comes in and comes out of the Earth's tail of the magnetic sphere that our planet leaves behind it, waving & # 8230; Article of the Tamique hidden power to generate water on the Moon first appeared on curiosity... More
The spread of huge invisible mass deforms and warps our galaxy. Research published in Nature Astromy magazine. The Harvard Smithsonsky researchers at the heart of astrophysics believe that the Milky Way surrounds the halo of Dark Matter. The bent and altered elliptical structure explains the features of the galaxy's shapes. On the outskirts of the Milky Way, different groups of astronomers discovered powerful deformation and flash. Although the main hypotheses for & # 8217; associates these & # 8230; events Article of the Milky Way distorted by the halo of Dark Matter, astronomers believe that astronomers first appeared on curiosity... More
professor named Norbert Schorgofer, who did a new research on water ice on the Moon. Results published in Science Advance magazine. It turns out that most of the constantly shaded regions in the moon (individual shadowed fields, PSR), long time considered ancient water ice tanks much younger than expected before. "It's not just our understanding of the Earth's geology, but also, & # 8230; Article Invited by the main error on the Moon first appeared on curiosity... More
shine This is a planet such as Taugnu & # 8211; The world we saw in Star Wars and the sunside. As far as we know, life is only on our planet -- the pale blue dot, spinning around a single star in the middle of a spiral sleeve, nothing primitive galaxy. But most of the stars in the Milky Way don't look like the Sun. To 85% & # 8230; Article on two suns may also exist life first on curiosity... More
Astronomers have learned through the telescope "James Webb" about & # 8217; Herbiga object - Aro 211 (HH 211), which is about 1,000 light years away from Earth. The images received in the infrared range reveal details of the collision of the polar stream of gas from the newly born star and the molecular cloud. & # 8217; average Herbiga objects, Aro regions that shine, surround newborn stars. They form shock waves of & # 8230; Look at the highlights of the newly-born star in the picture of Webb... More
The explorers have published a screenshot of & # 8217; space Arp 107 image received using the Hubble Space Telescope. You can see two galaxies from the distance 465 million light-years away from the Earth. They belong to & # 8217; There's "bridge" from gas and dust. Screenshot of Arp 107 of the Hubble Space Telescope. Image: ESA / Hubble & NASA; J. Dalcanon on on the left hand side of the screenshot is seen by a basicular galaxy. & # 8230; The article of the collision of two galaxies in the Hubble screenshot originally appeared on curiosity... More
The International group of astronomers recognized two potential galaxies with a polar ring. The results of the study are published in Monly Notes of the Royal Astromical Self. Scientists have done a data analysis from the CSREO National Science Agency in Australia. Astronomers have studied hydrogen gas distribution maps in over 600 galaxies. They end up defining two potential galaxies with a polar ring. & # 8230; Article of the Rid galaxies was not so rare at first on curiosity... More
The medieval magician found perhaps the first reminder of a rediscovered new one to burst into the next year. The star T North Crown or the "burning star" is one of the few unknown times new. It's made up of a red giant and a white dwarf who pumps gas out of his massive companion. About 80 years ago, this leads to "explosion" followed by & # 8230; Article Ructure 1217 describes the explosion of a new one that should be repeated in 2024 at the beginning of curiosity... More
The International team of scientists at the head of Tiba University in Japan found that matter is only 31% of the total amount of matter and energy in the universe. Research results published in The Astropysical Journal. Scientists have defined the total amount of matter in the universe. They concluded that matter is only one third of the total amount of matter and energy. To define & # 8230; Article From & # 8217; The real amount of dark energy in the universe appeared first at curiosity... More
Meanwhile, NASA's Cosmic probe has flown through a coronary expo of mass and confirmed the hypothesis about the interaction of sun particles and interplanetary dust. On September 5, 2022, NASA's solar probe "Parker" flew through one of the most powerful coronary emissions of mass during cosmic observations. Space ship cameras for the first time observed interactivity between charged particles cast by the Sun, and tiny particles of dust fill & # 8230; Article Zonod "Parker" has learned a coronary outcast that sprays "interplanetary dust" appears first on curiosity... More