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Month: March 2023

How the rain of icy particles is affecting the weather of Saturn.

  Saturn is a magnificent planet, easily recognizable for its opulent ring system, which can be seen through a small telescope. But what astronomers have recently uncovered is that the rings are not as placid as they appear. It has been discovered that the icy ring particles are raining down onto Saturn’s atmosphere, heating up […]

Asteroid Ryugu studied by Hayabusa2’s ONC-T camera.

In December of 2020, the Hayabusa2 mission delivered samples from the asteroid Ryugu to Earth, marking a major milestone in space exploration. Now, the first results from studies of those samples are being published in a series of scientific papers. The Hayabusa2 mission was launched in 2014, and after a six-year journey, it managed to […]

Chandra determines what makes up the wind of NGC 253 is a spiral galaxy?

  On Earth, wind can have a major impact on the environment, transporting particles of dust, sand, and debris across the planet. Now a new study has revealed an even more dramatic effect of wind on a galaxy – 11.4 million light-years away from Earth. Using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, researchers have detected powerful winds […]

Astronomical data from Chandra X-ray and other telescopes has been converted to sound.

The Chandra Deep Field is an image of a region of space imaged by the Chandra X-ray Observatory, It is an incredibly deep image that contains an area equivalent to about 5,000 full moons. In the central region of this image, there is an incredible concentration of supermassive black holes. These black holes are among […]

NASA’s Webb telescope conceptualizes swirling clouds in the atmosphere of exoplanet VHS 1256b.

  The James Webb Space Telescope recently discovered something extraordinary in the atmosphere of a distant exoplanet, VHS 1256 b. This remarkable find has been illustrated in a way that perfectly captures the mysterious swirling clouds that have been identified in the planet’s atmosphere. These clouds are filled with silicate dust, and are constantly in […]

NASA’s IXPE captured a new image of the Vela Pulsar Wind Nebula.

Approximately 10,000 years ago, an incredible event occurred in the night sky. A brilliant star in the constellation Vela exploded and sent out a burst of light that eventually reached Earth. This stellar explosion, known as a supernova, left behind a dense object called a pulsar which appears to be pulsating on a regular basis, […]

This Hubble telescope image shows only a portion of Messier 55.

  This image captures a small fraction of the stellar cluster M55 in our night sky,Its spherical shape is due to the powerful gravitational forces that bind its many stars together. Can observe and resolve individual stars in M55 in much greater detail than if viewing it from ground-based telescopes. Charles Messier, a renowned astronomer […]

NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope study on the Galactic Seascape.

  This spectacular image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captures a stunning view of a “jellyfish galaxy” with beautiful trailing tentacles of stars suspended against the vast inky blackness of space. As jellyfish galaxies traverse through the depths of intergalactic space, they leave a trail of gas slowly being stripped away that resembles tendrils, […]

How will the Roman Space Telescope rewind the universe?

  This simulated view of the universe allows us to explore galaxies on a greater scale than ever before. The three squares of Hubble’s field of view, each revealing a different region, provide a unique insight into the synthetic universe, allowing us to see the full scope and beauty of our cosmic home. The Nancy […]

N63A is one of the larger supernova

  N63A is an incredibly spectacular astronomical phenomenon that provides insight into the power of supernovae and their effect on the surrounding universe. Its size and temperature reflect the immense energy released by the explosion and its lasting effects on the surrounding space. The Large Magellanic Cloud is fortunate to have such a remarkable supernova […]

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Some 10 things about Hubble space telescope. Appears as a swirling wall of smoke in NGC 6530.