Having conducted new radio observations, astronomers have excluded the traditional explanation of the cyclic nature of the cosmic signal, which repeats with curious frequency.
The custody case of Britney Spears has long worried her fans, and in the summer of 2020 it caused a worldwide resonance. Since 2008, the singer's father, James Spears, was her legal guardian when Britney was admitted to a psychiatric hospital due to problems with alcohol and drugs. After 13 years, the icon of the noughties was finally able to free herself from custody, which only destroyed her life. Why couldn't the girl get out of custody for so long? And how do people get into such circumstances in general?
It is time for the annual observation of the Perseid meteor stream.
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.
Some of Stephen Hawking's theories have revolutionized our understanding of the universe. These include the process of evaporation of black holes, called Hawking Radiation, the theory of the Big Bang, as well as the paradoxical theorem on the area of a black hole. But some hypotheses of the famous physicist have not yet been confirmed, and still make scientists puzzle.
Astronomers have several techniques for this, two of which can be used by any owner of a telescope.
A group of astrophysicists recently used new models of neutron stars to map mountains—tiny elevations–on seemingly perfectly spherical objects.
Scientists seem to have found the answer to the question of where such riches as silver, gold or uranium, as well as such a poison as mercury, came from. These are hypernova explosions.
The World Health Organization has declared China a malaria-free zone: there has not been a single disease in the country for at least three years. Nature has published a classification of viruses: the studied viruses do not have a common ancestral species, but represent 6 different trees (realms).
Marine biologist Tim O'Hara came to Paris to map the biodiversity of a seamount. In practice, he had to methodically sift through a plastic barrel with fragile sea creatures floating in 95% ethanol.