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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Dwarf Planet Eris

February 28, 2014 |

In January 2005, Mike Brown announced the discovery of another object from the Kuiper belt, even larger than Pluto. This dwarf planet (plutoid) provisionally named 2003 UB313 or Xena, was recently officially called, Eris. Read More

NASA Has Announcesd The Discovery Of 715 New Exoplanets

February 27, 2014 | 2

NASA has confirmed the discovery of a record number of 715 new exoplanets, detected using the Kepler telescope. Four of these planets could sustain life. Read More

Yamato 000593: The Proof That In The Tast There Was Life On Mars?

February 26, 2014 |

A recent study published in February’s issue of the journal Astrobiology has a surprising theory suggesting biological processes might have been at work on the Red Planet. Read More

Mars Moon Rising In The Sky

February 25, 2014 |

Curiosity, the martian rover, captured in 86 photos one of the “Moons” of Mars, Phobos, rising in the sky of the planet. Read More

Mily Way 11 Billion Years Ago: How Our Galaxy looked Like When It Was Formed

February 24, 2014 |

“We have direct images of what the Milky Way looked like in the past”, said Pieter G. van Dokkum researcher at Yale University, after he and his team of specialists have used images taken by Hubble Telescope in order to present us a “view” of our earlier-galaxy. Read More

The Sun Will Die: How Will The Sun Look When It Dies?

February 23, 2014 | 1

Someday in the very distant future – about 5 billion years from now – our sun begins to lose its “power”, running out of fuel, it will be the beginning of the end. The existence of the central star of our solar system will come to end. We know what it looks like today’s Sun, but how will look the dying sun? Read More

Pallas Asteroid Will Pass Close To Earth

February 22, 2014 |

The next few weeks, astronomy enthusiasts can watch the trajectory of the asteroid Pallas, which will pass close to the earth, according to NASA. Read More

How Earth Will Die?

February 21, 2014 |

Based on the latest estimations of the French and Canadian’ astronomers, the two newly discovered exoplanets KOI 55.01 and KOI 55.02 gives us details about the future evolution of the Earth. Read More

Black Holes

February 20, 2014 |

We go about our lives unaware that in the depths of space lurk invisible monsters, destroyers, powerful enough to tear apart our sun and leave our Earth a shattered burned-out ruin. We talk about one object out there whose pull is so powerful you can never escape (from it) no matter how fast you go, not even if you travel at the speed of light. We talk about black holes. Read More

The Smallest Solar System Found So Far

February 19, 2014 |

Recently, NASA’ Kepler Telescope discovered the smallest three planets found so far in another solar system. Even more interesting is that all three planets — one of them is the size of Mars — are solid planets, like Earth. Read More

Milky Way Is Still Hungry

February 18, 2014 |

Astronomers from the University of Cambridge UK, have noticed how our galaxy draw to it and includes groups of stars from the nearby galaxies. The recent “victim” is the dwarf galaxy Sagittarius. Read More

Jupiter “Devoured” A Planet 10 Times Earth masses

February 18, 2014 | 5

Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system and that’s because billions of years in the past it has swallowed up a planet 10 times Earth masses, said researchers from the University of Peking. Read More

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