Scientists have published a new detailed radio image of the Andromeda galaxy – the sister of our Milky Way — which will allow them to identify and study those areas of the galactic spiral where new stars are born.
No one has seen this planet, but the oddities of the orbits of objects in the icy outer reaches of the Solar System suggest that there is something very massive behind Pluto.
These are planets like Tatooine — the world that we saw in Star Wars and which has two suns in the sky.
The new research method allows you to study the atmosphere of other worlds without sending probes to them.
The telescope in Hawaii, which has not yet been fully commissioned, has already made a significant contribution to world astronomy.
Our Earth is located in a fairly small Solar system. The solar system, in turn, is located on the outskirts of the Milky Way, which is part of the Virgo Supercluster. This photo shows one of the largest clusters of galaxies.
The Hubble telescope has caught a flash of a bright supernova in the spiral galaxy NGC 2525. The drop in its brightness was captured in time and created an exciting timelapse.
When studying a section of the sky where 10 million stars are located, the researchers did not find a single sign of alien intelligence. But scientists do not see this as a problem.
Scientists have found out the reason for the mysterious extragalactic radio signals — they are similar to those emitted by a dead star located 14,350 light-years away from us.
The merger of two neutron stars is not only an exciting event, but also a phenomenon that can tell scientists a lot about the evolution of the Universe.