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KIC 8462852 Star Mystery Just Got Even Deeper

April 27, 2016 | 91

In a relatively distant place, approximately 1,480 light years away from Earth, sits one of the most controversial objects in our galaxy, KIC 8462852, as its dubbed, clearly becomes the primary subject of much ongoing research. Read More

Astronomy For Kids: Neptune, The Eighth Planet From The sun

April 26, 2016 | 1

From today, we will start a powerful and fun resource for kids, astronomy for kids lessons, exploring our universe and space related topics, lessons designed with kids in mind, as well as their parents. Read More

A Venus-Mass Planet In Extremly Rare Planetary System

April 25, 2016 |

Over the past two decades, the study of exoplanets has grown more rapidly than any other field of astronomy. Read More

New Tool To Revolutionize Planet Hunting

April 24, 2016 |

The discovery of the first exoplanet back in 1995 received widespread media attention and was seen as an important landmark in a new research field, the planet hunting research. Read More

Cosmic Web Simulation: New Spectacular View Of the Universe

April 23, 2016 | 1

Matter as we know it, all the planets, stars, galaxies, cluster of galaxies that can be seen make up just 5 percent of the cosmos. Approximately 2% of this percentage is made of stuff astronomers can’t see but still eluded detection. Read More

17 Billion Solar Mass Giant Black Hole Discovered

April 22, 2016 | 2

Black holes are some of the most fascinating objects found in the cosmos, giant black holes with a mass billion times that of the sun is even more intriguing. Read More


Our Favorite Quotes [ Universe Quotes Part I]

April 21, 2016 |

What is our favourite quote? Here is a collection of 10 amazing quotes that I often revisit whenever I need to rekindle my own creative spirit (with amazing space images as background)… So, enjoy! Read More

Flat Universe Theory: What Does It Mean?

April 21, 2016 | 2

Our universe have some peculiar properties, properties that couldn’t be explained by conventional Big Bang theory. For example, it’s flat, meaning it’s at just the right mass density that it will neither expand forever nor collapse back on itself. Why should it be flat? Read More

Mysterious WOW Signal Decoded After 40 Years?

April 20, 2016 | 26

The WOW signal is considered one of the most intriguing events in the search for life in outer space. In 1977 a SETII researcher, astronomer Jerry Ehman, working at the Ohio State University’s Big Ear radio telescope heard an extremely strong signal coming from the constellation Sagittarius. Read More

Rise Of Wormholes: The Realistic Interstellar Travel

April 19, 2016 |

The existence of dark matter in the universe is one of the major puzzles of current astrophysics, cosmology and particles research. While there is clear evidence for the existence of dark matter from astronomical observations, it is still unclear what the physical nature of dark matter is. Read More

Solar System: How Do We Calculate Mass Of Sun?

April 19, 2016 |

It is too easy for you to measure the mass of everyday items, like a bread, an apple, a watermelon but how do you measure the mass of something much much larger, like the SUN? Read More

GJ 832: Fascinating Planetary System with An Earth Like Planet

April 18, 2016 |

At night, when you look at the stars and you wonder “is anybody out there?” just realize that someone out there could be looking back at you and wondering the same. Read More

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