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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Astronomers Find First Ever Alien Planet With A Gigantic Comet-Like Tail

June 30, 2015 |

Using data provided by NASA/ESA’ Hubble Space Telescope, an international team of astronomers have discovered an amazing and rare exoplanet (a planet outside the solar system) with a giant comet-like tail. Read More

June: Venus Is At Its Best Right Now. Jupiter Easily Visible In Evening Sky

June 13, 2015 |

This June, skywatchers will have an opportunity to observe in the western sky — less than an hour after sunset — the two brightest planets in the night sky, Venus the brightest planet, and Jupiter as they are going to converge for a jaw-dropping close encounter. Read More

NASA: Hot Neptune-Size Exoplanets May Be Common In Our Galaxy

June 13, 2015 |

Using data provided by NASA’s Spitzer Telescope, astronomers suggests that our galaxy may be inhabited by thousands of hot Neptune-sized planets with clouds of helium, an exotic class of planets in our Milky Way galaxy. Read More

Exiled Stars Exploded Ferociously In Intergalactic Space, Hubble Confirms

June 7, 2015 |

The Huge space between galaxies is not completely empty, it is inhabited by some stars which were flung far away from any other galaxies or stars and lost forever in the dark region of intergalactic space. These stars lives in solitude far enough from their nearest neighbors. Read More

Amazing: Hubble Captured The Arches Cluster, Milky Way’s Densest Star Cluster

June 5, 2015 |

Using NASA’ Hubble Telescope, astronomers have observed the Arches Cluster, the most dense cluster known in the Milky Way with a mass equivalent to more than 10,000 Sun-like stars in a space with a radius equal to the distance between the sun and its nearest neighbor Alpha Centauri star system. Read More

Earth’ Micro-Organisms That Could Live On Mars

June 5, 2015 |

We still do not know if there’s life on Mars or even if there was one day but some hardy microbes could indeed survive on the Red Planet, a new study claims. Read More

ESA Observed Weird Blue Patches On Mars’ Surface. What Are These?

June 4, 2015 |

In this image, released recently by ESA — European Space Agency — we can see a pronounced effect of prevailing wind on the red planet, Mars. Read More

Researchers Estimated Precisely The Milky Way’ Weighs. How Heavy Is It?

June 4, 2015 |

How do astronomers estimate the mass of the Milky Way galaxy? It seems like a simple question, but it is not. Our galaxy consists of roughly 100 billion stars, stretching up to 200,000 light years from edge to edge, wide enough to makes it very difficult to measure. Read More

Astronomers Find Earth-Sized Exoplanets Follow Circular Orbits, Just Like Earth

June 2, 2015 |

Astronomers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Aarhus University (Denmark) have discovered 74 Earth-sized exoplanets — planets beyond our solar system orbiting a star other than the Sun — located hundreds of light years away from Earth, orbit their host stars in the same way that our planet orbits the sun, following similar circular orbital paths. Read More

Astronomers Have Found Clear Link Between Black Holes And Galactic Merger

June 1, 2015 |

Using the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have investigated the relationship between monster black holes that power radio-signal-emitting galactic jets and galaxies that have undergone mergers. Read More

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