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How Much Do Stars Live And What Happens To Them After They Die?
July 03, 2017
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How Much Do Stars Live And What Happens To Them After They Die?

Just like anything else in the Universe, stars cannot live forever either. That’s because they run on fuel. What happens to them? Stars are mostly balls of hydrogen gas that came together from a nebula of gas and dust. Fusion is the process where they generate their energy. This is where atoms of hydrogen combine...

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Hubble Discovers A Dead Galaxy That Was Wasted A Long Time Ago
June 25, 2017
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Hubble Discovers A Dead Galaxy That Was Wasted A Long Time Ago

This new, discovered dead galaxy stopped making new stars just a few billion years after the big bang. This Dead galaxy was not so easy to be found. That’s because objects in the distant universe appear small and difficult to see. So, astronomers need to see them through a cosmic magnifying glass. Using the Hubble Space...

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Earth And Its Parent Galaxy Live In A Cosmic Void
June 16, 2017
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Earth And Its Parent Galaxy Live In A Cosmic Void

According to a study, we live in a cosmic void, which is a region of space largely devoid of other galaxies, stars, and planets. If our universe were a sponge, the milky way would dwell in one of the spongy holes. These cosmic voids are part of the large-scale structure of the universe. Once scientists thought that Earth was...

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NASA Studies Suggest That Future May Be Rainier
June 14, 2017
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NASA Studies Suggest That Future May Be Rainier

The future will bring us fewer clouds but it will be Rainier. As our planet continues to warm, NASA suggests that the future in Earth’s tropical regions will be Rainier. In the future, there will be fewer clouds. But how could clouds lead to more rainfall? NASA says that rainfall isn’t related just to the clouds...

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Ingredient of Life Discovered Around Infant Sun-Like Stars
June 11, 2017
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Ingredient of Life Discovered Around Infant Sun-Like Stars

Astronomers have detected the pre biotic complex organic molecule methyl isocyanate in the multiple star system IRAS 16293-2422.  First of all, astronomers that made this discovery are from two teams of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile. The new discovery could help astronomers understand how...

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NASA Rocket Launch To Create Colorful Artificial Clouds
June 11, 2017
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NASA Rocket Launch To Create Colorful Artificial Clouds

People living in the East Coast of the United States will enjoy a colorful sky on Sunday night (June 11) at 9:04 p.m. EDT (0104 GMT on Monday) as NASA launches a sounding rocket that will create artificial red and blue clouds. You can also watch the liftoff, which will take place from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in...

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The New Discovered Planet Might Be The Hottest In The Universe
June 07, 2017
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The New Discovered Planet Might Be The Hottest In The Universe

Astronomers have just discovered the hottest gas giant ever. In fact, the planet is warmer than most stars and has a giant, glowing gas tail like a comet. Astronomers have named this gas giant KELT-9b, and it orbits its star KELT-9, a system 650 light years from Earth. This burning planet was found by astronomers from Ohio...

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A Waterworld Exoplanet With Clouds
June 04, 2017
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A Waterworld Exoplanet With Clouds

Astronomers have discovered a warm Neptune-sized waterworld exoplanet that appears to have water and clouds. The planet is called HAT-P-26b. This waterworld exoplanet is orbiting a dwarf-star approximately 437 light-years from Earth. Also, the planet is thought to have an atmosphere composed entirely of hydrogen and helium....

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The Impact Of Heavy Rainfall On The Surface Of Mars
June 03, 2017
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The Impact Of Heavy Rainfall On The Surface Of Mars

A new research has found that heavy rain and huge raindrops have reshaped Mars’s impact craters and carved out river-like channels on its surface. Billions of years ago, showers of rain were so heavy, and the raindrops were so huge. The new study was published in the journal Icarus by geologists Robert Craddock and Ralph...

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LIGO Detects A Third Black Hole Collision
June 03, 2017
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LIGO Detects A Third Black Hole Collision

Scientists have detected a black hole collision. It lies some 3 billion light-years away, much farther than the previous two discoveries. This is the third time since 2015 that these space-time vibrations known as gravitational waves from the merger of a pair of giant black holes has been observed via an instrument called...

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