Researchers identify five double star systems potentially suitable for life

Almost half a century ago the developers of Star Wars envisioned a life-sustaining world, Tatooine, orbiting a set of stars. Now, 44 years later on, researchers have actually discovered... Read more »

New study ties solar variability to the onset of decadal La Nina events

A new study reveals a connection in between the end of solar cycles and a switch from El Nino to La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean, recommending that... Read more »

Sunlight degrades polystyrene much faster than expected

Polystyrene continues the environment for centuries, according to some worldwide governmental firms. This quote is based upon the quantity of time needed for microorganisms to break down the plastic.... Read more »

New insights on comet tails are blowing in the solar wind

Engineers and researchers collected around a screen in an operations space at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C., excited to lay their eyes on the very first information... Read more »

ASU astronomers catch red dwarf star in a superflare outburst

IMAGE: Violent outbursts of seething gas from young red overshadows might make conditions uninhabitable on recently established worlds. In this artist’s making, an active, young red dwarf (right) is... Read more »

Massive star’s unusual death heralds the birth of compact neutron star binary

IMAGE: The 3 panels represent minutes prior to, when and after the faint supernova iPTF14 gqr, noticeable in the middle panel, appeared in the borders of a spiral nebula... Read more »

Researchers discover new type of stellar collision

For 3 and a half centuries, astronomers have contemplated a secret: What did the French monk and astronomer Père Dom Anthelme see when he explained a star that break... Read more »

New extremely distant solar system object found during hunt for Planet X

IMAGE: An artist’s conception of a distant Solar System Planet X, which might be forming the orbits of smaller sized extremely distant external Solar System items like 2015 TG387... Read more »

Three NASA missions return first-light data

IMAGE: These are the very first images from WISPR, brief for the Wide- field Imager for Parker SolarProbe Researchers studied the images to figure out the instrument was pointed... Read more »

How to weigh stars with gravitational lensing

Every star in the Milky Way remains in movement. But since of the ranges their modifications in position, the so-called appropriate movements, are extremely little and can just be... Read more »