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Month: July 2023

What does Hubble allow us to see beyond visible light in the electromagnetic spectrum?

As human beings, we often take our senses for granted. We only recognize the world around us for what our eyes allow us to see. We miss out on the information conveyed by other types of radiation, such as infrared radiation, ultraviolet light, and more. In reality, there is so much more of the electromagnetic spectrum […]

Falcon 9 Rocket : What things you must have to know.

The Falcon 9, is a revolutionary two-stage rocket that has transformed space exploration. Developed by Spacex ,this two-stage rocket has revolutionized aerospace engineering. The Falcon 9 stands 69.9m tall, weighs 549,054kg, and generates 7,607 kilonewtons of thrust at take-off, which can send 22,800kg into orbit around the Earth. The Falcon 9’s accomplishments have accelerated space […]

ALMA studies the cosmic nursery and stellar graveyard in the most distant galaxy.

An international team of astronomers, spearheaded by Professor Yoichi Tamura of Nagoya University, the recent have taken one step closer to unlocking the secrets of the universe. Utilizing the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), Professor Tamura’s team has captured high-resolution images of a fledgling galaxy that existed a mere 600 million years after the Big […]

Can webb’s spectrum reveal water vapour?

  Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what was out there? Have you ever wondered how stars are born and what might be hiding in the darkness? Recently, the Space Telescope Science Institute released a spectrum of the protoplanetary disk of PDS 70, using Webb’s MIRI. This spectrum displays a […]

The tranquil spiral galaxy UGC 12295 studied by the Hubble telescope.

  The tranquil spiral galaxy UGC 12295 is a mesmerizing sight from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Situated 192 million light-years away in the constellation Pisces, UGC 12295 almost looks face-on from Earth, with its bright central bar and tightly wound spiral arms. But don’t let its serene appearance fool you—this galaxy was home to […]

How a young planet hydrogen atmosphere is evaporation due to continuous, torrential bursts of energy.

Astronomers have just made an exciting new discovery – a young planet whirling around a petulant red dwarf star is changing in unpredictable ways orbit-by-orbit. Located 32 light-years from Earth, the parent star AU Microscopii (AU Mic) is only 100 million years old – a tiny fraction of the age of our own Sun. The […]

How a young planet is changing from orbit to orbit in unpredictable ways.

  A young planet, roughly four times the size of Earth, orbiting a petulant red dwarf star. 32 light-years away, this planet — known as AU Mic b — experiences a consistent torrent of energy from its host star, causing its hydrogen atmosphere to puff off the planet. What’s truly remarkable is that the planet’s atmosphere […]

In 2006, Hubble captured the view of a rare eclipse on Uranus.

This image,captured by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope, reveals a white dot near the center of Uranus’ blue-green disk.That white dot is the icy moon Ariel, casting a shadow onto the cloud tops of Uranus.Imagine, if you will, what this looks like from Uranus’ perspective. It must seem like a solar eclipse, watching as Ariel’s […]

The Webb telescope has captured a pair of actively forming stars.

James Webb Space Telescope has revealed a remarkable image of two actively forming stars, Herbig-Haro 46/47. These stars appear as an orange-white splotch in the center of the photo’s red diffraction spikes. Herbig-Haro 46/47 is an important object to study, as it is extremely young, having only been around for a few thousand years. By […]

Could there be water vapour in rocky planet-forming regions?

The James Webb Space Telescope’s Mid-InfraRed Instrument (MIRI) is making groundbreaking discoveries in the outer reaches of universe. Recently, it has detected water vapour in the inner disc of the system PDS 70, located 370 light-years away. This is the first detection of water in the terrestrial region of a disc already known to host […]

How Spitzer and Hubble created a colorful masterpiece of the Orion Nebula.

Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what lies beyond? Well, thanks to NASA’s Spitzer and Hubble Space Telescopes, we can now get a glimpse of something truly remarkable. A new image captured by these two amazing tools is looks more like an abstract painting than cosmic snapshot. It depicts the […]

Evidence of a supernova explosion was discovered by a robotic telescope.

Chandra is studying a galaxy in the constellation Pisces, and nearby in the sky is the barred spiral galaxy UGC 678. It was here that a robotic telescope scanning the night sky in search of threatening asteroids discovered evidence of an enormous supernova explosion that occurred in 2020. Supernovae a powerful events that happen when […]

Aditya L1 Mission : Mission To the Sun.

ISRO starts AdityL1 mission to the sun combining with Indian Institute for Astrophysics(IAA) After the glorious launch of the Chandrayaan-3, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up for the next landmark mission, the Aditya L1. Aditya as the name suggest Sun. Yes, first mission to the sun to observe the Sun and the solar […]

Arp 263 was studied using two of Hubble’s instruments.

The irregular galaxy Arp 263 lies in the backdrop of this picture from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, however, the perspective is ruled by a splendid star BD+17 2217. Arp 263 is additionally known as NGC 3239 and is spotted with areas of new star development. Astronomers accept that its clumsiness is a result of […]

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