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Month: February 2023

Kepler-1658 b is moving towards hitting the surface of its star.

  Kepler-1658b is an exciting exoplanet located about 2,900 light-years away from Earth, in the constellation Cygnus. Discovered by NASA’s Kepler spacecraft in 2009, the transit method was used to detect the dimming of a star’s light as this planet passed in front of it. This remarkable discovery could provide insight into the formation and […]

The Hubble telescope captured a dual view of an unexpected star cluster.

  These two images may look strikingly different, they are actually photographs of the same cosmic object: NGC 1850,Utilizing the Hubble instrument, different filters with various specified colors were used to investigate the particular wavelengths of light emitted from this object. The image with blue opacity includes visible light (which our human eyes can detect) […]

New research suggests that Venus’ squishy outer shell may be resurfacing the planet.

  A region called the large Quetzalpetl’s corona in the southern hemisphere of Venus is losing heat from geological activity, It is the largest corona found on the planet, extending over 11 million square kilometers. The Quetzalpetl’s corona is characterized by high topography, numerous calderas, and a strong concentration of active volcanism. This indicates that there […]

Chandra discovered a supermassive black hole on a collision course.

A new study using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory has discovered the extraordinary phenomenon of two pairs of supermassive black holes, located in dwarf galaxies, heading for a collision course. This remarkable finding was made possible by Chandra’s powerful X-ray vision, which enabled researchers to observe the high-energy radiation from these supermassive black holes, providing evidence […]

The first six-star star system where all six stars pass through the eclipse.

Six-star system: TYC 7037-89-1 The discovery of TYC 7037-89-1 by NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is a remarkable breakthrough in the study of astrophysics. This six-star system is the first of its kind, with all stars participating in an eclipse. Located about 1,900 light-years away in the constellation Eridanus, TYC 7037-89-1 offers an invaluable opportunity […]

Researchers have traced the complex network of gas and dust in nearby galaxies with the help of Webb.

The bright core of the galaxy NGC 1433 is surrounded by a ring of double star formation. NGC 1433 is a barred spiral galaxy with a distinct core that is encircled by two star-forming rings. This galaxy has recently been studied in detail by Webb’s infrared images, which have allowed scientists to view clumps of […]

NASA’s Webb Telescope reveals new details in Pandora’s Cluster.

  Astronomers have recently released the latest Deep Field images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, showcasing never-before-seen details in the Pandora Cluster (Abell 2744). This patch of space has become of particular interest to scientists due to its high concentration of galaxies. The images from the James Webb Space Telescope have allowed astronomers to […]

The Pale Blue Dot is one of the most famous photographs taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft.

  The Pale Blue Dot is a famous photograph taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft in 1990. It depicts Earth as a tiny, pale-blue dot against a background of vast darkness. The image is a reminder of our relative insignificance in the grand scheme of things, while at the same time expressing our incredible capacity […]

Webb discovers a small main belt asteroid in the Solar System.

An international team of European astronomers has detected an astonishing illustration of an asteroid using NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. This asteroid is roughly the size of Rome’s Colosseum, measuring between 300 to 650 feet (100 to 200 meters) in length, and was identified by calibrating data from the MIRI instrument. This discovery has provided […]

What can we discover about exoplanets through observations?

What can we learn about exoplanets by observing them? Exoplanets, which are planets located outside of our solar system, By observing exoplanets, we can learn a wide range of valuable information about them. For instance, we can analyze the light emitted from exoplanets to gain insight into its atmosphere and composition. We can also compare […]

The Webb Space telescope has captured an image of one spiral galaxy among thousands.

The Webb telescope has captured many images of the universe over the past few months, and this month Webb captured an image of a crowded field of galaxies, bright stars with Webb’s signature six-point diffraction spikes image Are. The image shows abundances of galaxies ranging from large spiral galaxies to smaller and more distant ones, […]

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