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New discoveries in space exploration

New discoveries in space exploration


Each year there’s evidence that our technologies are advancing at the speed of light, and we discover tons of new things about outer space, develop new exploratory technologies, and even touch down on new planets—and no matter what we keep learning. 2013 was no exception when it came to discovering previously…
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Galileo planet

Galileo planet


1609-2009 400th Anniversary of Galileo s Astronomical Discoveries Who was Galileo? Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was a Tuscan (Italian) astronomer, physicist, mathematician, inventor, and philosopher. He was born in Pisa, and was the oldest of six children in his family. When he was a young man, his father sent him to study medicine at the University of Pisa, but Galileo studied…


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Earth Science Astronomy

Earth Science Astronomy


Introductory astronomy was not generally taught in mid-twentieth century American high schools, but programs to widen children s familiarity with the subject expanded in the post-Sputnik years. Those interested in various properties of the earth—geologists, geophysicists, meteorologists, paleontologists—joined with astronomers to create a new course of study called earth science…


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Galaxies space

Galaxies space


If you gaze out into the night sky with a telescope, and see beyond what’s visible to the naked eye, you could see a lot of “stars” that are actually imposters. Many of the points of light we often think are individual stellar objects are actually galaxies, collections of millions to trillions of stars. Galaxies are composed of stars, dust, and dark matter, all held together…


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Science space articles

Science space articles


WASHINGTON — There’s a long-standing joke that NASA is always 20 years from putting astronauts on Mars. Mission details shared at a recent summit shows that the space agency is right on schedule. A to-do list from 2015 looks remarkably similar to one compiled in 1990. One difference: NASA is now building a rocket and test-driving technologies needed to get a crew to Mars. But…


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Galaxy Outer space

Galaxy Outer space


Not long ago we talked about what the Milky Way would look like when seen from afar. I had mentioned Poul Anderson’s World Without Stars , which appeared in Analog in 1966 under the title The Ancient Gods . In the Anderson tale, a starship crew is sent to make contact with a recently discovered technological civilization that lives on a world hundreds of thousands of light…


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Outer space Galaxies

Outer space Galaxies


Active Galaxy Overview An active galaxy is a galaxy that has a very small core of extremely high powered emissions emanating from the center of the galaxy. The core is very bright and may be highly variable compared to the rest of the galaxy. Some active galaxies have jets emanating from two sides of the center. It is believed that almost all galaxies have super-massive black…


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Famous space Scientists

Famous space Scientists


Any list of famous astronomers has to include a varied collection of great scientists from the Greeks to the modern era, big thinkers who tackled many fields as well as modern astronomers who made significant discoveries and helped popularize astronomy. Credit: Karl Tate, SPACE.com The Ptolemaic geocentric model of the universe, devised by the Greek scientist Claudius Ptolemy…


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New space Discovery

New space Discovery


Credit: Karl Tate, SPACE.com contributor In a teleconference at 12 p.m. EDT (1600 GMT) tomorrow, the space agency will announce new findings made by the planet-hunting Kepler Space Telescope. You can tune in to the announcement live via an online audio feed provided by NASA. A statement from NASA announcing the teleconference did not provide any additional details as to what…


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Recent space Discovery

Recent space Discovery


A planet with 10 times the mass of Earth may be orbiting the sun beyond Neptune. This image shows the theorized orbit of the giant planet and six other solar system objects beyond Neptune. Credit: Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC) Brown and Batygin considered the possibility that other relatively small KBOs might be shaping the orbits. But the duo s calculations suggested that, for this…


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Space Galaxy

Space Galaxy


At left, in optical light, UGC 1382 appears to be a simple elliptical galaxy. But spiral arms emerged when astronomers incorporated ultraviolet and deep optical data (middle). Combining that with a view of low-density hydrogen gas (shown in green at right), scientists discovered that UGC 1382 is huge, about 718, light-years wide. Credit: NASA/JPL/Caltech/SDSS/NRAO A seemingly…


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New Discovery in the World

New Discovery in the World


2015 was a fantastic year for science, with some important advances made in cancer research, the environment, engineering and biodiversity. Here are 15 discoveries that could change how you see the world. 1) Bowhead whale genome, linked to cancer resistance, DNA damage repair and increased longevity, mapped by scientists In a UK-based study, scientists working together with…


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Science articles About space

Science articles About space


Black holes are the cold remnants of former stars, so dense that no matter—not even light—is able to escape their powerful gravitational pull. While most stars end up as white dwarfs or neutron stars, black holes are the last evolutionary stage in the lifetimes of enormous stars that had been at least 10 or 15 times as massive as our own sun. When giant stars reach the final…


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Space and Galaxies

Space and Galaxies


A new telescope view has revealed hundreds of galaxies that were previously obscured by the Milky Way s bulk. Scientists used an Australian radio telescope famous for assisting with the moon landings to peer through the gas and dust of the Milky Way, and uncovered 883 galaxies hidden behind it — one-third of which were never observed before. You can see how the hidden galaxies…


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News from space new discoveries

News from space new discoveries


Since then, the spacecraft has sent back spectacular images of the dwarf planet, its largest moon Charon and four smaller moons, as well as many other kinds of data. New Horizons’ Top 10 Pictures From Pluto’s iconic ‘heart’ to its flowing glaciers and blue skies, it’s hard to pick just one favorite picture. So members of the New Horizons team have picked 10. 1. Pluto’s heart:…


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Space Galaxy Planets

Space Galaxy Planets


Galaxies like the Milky Way may not be the best cradles of life in the universe — giant galaxies devoid of newborn stars and at least twice as massive as the Milky Way could host 10, times more habitable planets, researchers say. In the past 20 years, astronomers have confirmed the existence of nearly 1, 900 planets that orbit stars other than our sun. These findings have…


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Space Discovery

Space Discovery


Jupiter’s ice-covered moon, Europa. Photograph: HO/AP For a decade now, the Nasa mantra for looking for life in outer space is to “follow the water”. In the beginning, this was a valid way to identify the places where we should then start searching. Each new discovery of “water” is automatically paired with a statement that this increases the chance of finding alien life. But…


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Articles on space

Articles on space


My first design job was with a small print design agency in Manchester that produced work in varying media: packaging, publications, and marketing support materials, and…direct mail. Article Continues Below I soon discovered that the graphic design principles I’d learned in college were of little use when I designed for direct mail, where big, bold, and crowded is the order…


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New Discovery in Science

New Discovery in Science


This year brought the discovery of new human ancestor in South Africa, 211 new species in the Eastern Himalayan, and the first new antibiotic in almost 30 years. As 2015 comes to a close, here is a look back at some of the top scientific breakthroughs, discoveries, and announcements. A new human ancestor: Homo nalendi In September, scientists announced the discovery of a previously…


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New discoveries About space

New discoveries About space


IT MAY turn out to be a bare and barren rock. The fact that liquid water could be flowing across the surface of the planet just discovered orbiting Proxima Centauri, the nearest star to the sun, does not mean that any actually is—nor for that matter that it has an atmosphere. The fact that water and air, if present, could make this new world habitable does not mean that it…


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Who discovered the Earth was round Galileo?

Who discovered the Earth was round Galileo?


Copernicus (1473-1543) was not the first person to claim that the Earth rotates around the Sun. In Western civilization, ancient Greek astronomer Aristarchus of Samos is generally credited with being the first person to propose a Sun-centred astronomical hypothesis of the universe. At that time, however, Aristarchus’s heliocentrism gained few supporters and 18 centuries would…


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