Galactic fireworks: New ESO images reveal stunning features of nearby galaxies

IMAGE: This image integrates observations of the nearby galaxies NGC 1300, NGC 1087, NGC 3627 (top, from delegated right), NGC 4254 and NGC 4303 (bottom, from delegated right) taken… view... Read more »

New research suggests explosive volcanic activity on Venus

ITHACA, N.Y. – Traces of the gas phosphine indicate volcanic activity on Venus, according to new research from Cornell University. Last fall, researchers exposed that phosphine was discovered in... Read more »

New type of massive explosion explains mystery star

IMAGE: The star SMSS J200322.54-114203.3. (centre, with crosshairs) in the south-eastern corner of the constellation Aquila (the Eagle) near the border with Capricornus and Sagittarius. view more  Credit: Da Costa/SkyMapper... Read more »

Why does Mercury have such a big iron core? Magnetism!

A brand-new research study contests the dominating hypothesis on why Mercury has a big core relative to its mantle (the layer in between a world’s core and crust). For... Read more »

NIST method uses radio signals to image hidden and speeding objects

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Wavsens LLC have actually established a method for utilizing radio signals to produce real-time images and videos of... Read more »

Space scientists solve a decades-long gamma-ray burst puzzle

An worldwide group of scientists, led by astrophysicists from the University of Bath in the UK, has actually determined the electromagnetic field in a far-off Gamma-Ray Burst, validating for... Read more »

Star’s death will play a mean pinball with rhythmic planets

Astronomers from University of Warwick and University of Exeter designing the future of uncommon planetary system discovered a planetary system of planets that will ‘pinball’ off one another Today,... Read more »

Study reveals diverse magnetic fields in solar-type star-forming cores

IMAGE: Core-scale magnetic fields (red sectors) presumed utilizing high-resolution and delicate dust emission polarization observations utilizing JCMT. The Solar-type star forming cores fragmented out of B213 filament are revealed…. view... Read more »

Scientists find new insights into the elusive continuous waves from spinning neutron stars

Five years on from the very first discovery of gravitational waves, a global group of scientists, consisting of from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav),... Read more »

Cleveland Museum of Natural History expands role of planetariums with software update

IMAGE: Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Dr. Nicole Gunter, views biodiversity information on the Museum’s Planetarium Dome. view more  Credit: Matt Crow/Cleveland Museum of Natural History FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (MAY... Read more »