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Month: October 2023

NASA’s X-ray telescope uncovers mystery “bones” of a ghostly cosmic hand.

In 1895, Wilhelm Röntgen made a groundbreaking discovery when he found X-rays, which he initially used to create images of his wife’s hand bones. This discovery marked the beginning of a revolutionary tool for medical diagnostics. Fast forward to the present day, two of NASA’s X-ray space telescopes have joined forces to reveal a fascinating […]

Webb has detected the presence of gamma-ray produced by the merger of stars.

Webb’s study of the second-brightest gamma-ray burst ever observed unveils a remarkable discovery involving the element tellurium. A dedicated team of scientists harnessed the power of several space and ground-based telescopes, including NASA’s cutting-edge James Webb Space Telescope, along with the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and the Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory. Together, they closely examined […]

In 2015, a dead comet was spotted.

  The image you’re referring to is of asteroid 2015 TB145, and it was created using radar data collected by the National Science Foundation’s Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. This radar image was taken on October 30, 2015, and it provides a high-resolution view with a pixel size of 25 feet (7.5 meters). Scientists who […]

The Hubble Space Telescope captured the dance of galaxies known as Arp-Madore 2339-661.

This captivating image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope showcases an interacting galaxy trio known as Arp-Madore 2339-661. The Arp-Madore catalog consists of peculiar galaxies, and this particular group is more unusual than it might first appear because it involves not two, but three galaxies in the process of interacting. The two clearly distinguishable galaxies […]

On September 7,2023,NASA’s Juno mission spotted a terrifying sight on Jupiter during Halloween.

On September 7, 2023, NASA’s Juno mission conducted its 54th close flyby of Jupiter, capturing a fascinating view of an area in Jupiter’s far northern regions known as Jet N7. This image provides a look at the tumultuous clouds and storms near Jupiter’s terminator, which is the boundary separating the illuminated day side from the […]

Cosmic dust particles are hidden in the giant elliptical galaxy NGC 1316.

  This image was created using data from the NASA Hubble Space Telescope, and it reveals complex loops and clusters of cosmic dust within the giant elliptical galaxy NGC 1316. These intricate patterns of dust are somewhat similar to dust bunnies that hide in the corners and under beds in a household. They provide evidence […]

Extraterrestrial view of NGC 346 captured by NASAWebb Telescope’s MIRI.

  A new image captured by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, specifically using its Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI). The image features NGC 346, which is the brightest and largest region where new stars are forming within the Small Magellanic Cloud. The James Webb Space Telescope’s key capability is to provide astronomers with highly detailed views of […]

Taken by NASA’s WISE in 2013, the image shows a witch screaming into space.

  In infrared image captured by the WISE mission, astronomers are seeing what appears to be the profile of a wicked witch in a distant nebula. The billowy clouds of the nebula, where young stars are forming, are being illuminated by massive stars, giving the appearance of a sinister figure. This  image has sparked the […]

Stellar views in new snapshots of the Hubble NGC 6951 Galaxy.

A description of a starry galaxy known as NGC 6951 is provided based on a new image captured by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope.NGC 6951 is an intermediate spiral galaxy located approximately 78 million light-years away in the Cepheus constellation.The image showcases the galaxy’s striking features, including bright blue spiral arms that gracefully coil around […]

Wide-angle view of the Orion Nebula released by Webb.

  It’s mentioned that the James Webb Space Telescope, a collaborative project involving NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), ESA (European Space Agency), and CSA (Canadian Space Agency), has captured new images of the Orion Nebula. These images have been made available in ESA’s ESASky application, which provides a user-friendly interface for visualizing and downloading […]

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