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This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.Voyager 1 is this close to interstellar space -- probably. On its way out of our solar system, the spacecraft has stumbled across a surprise: a "magnetic highway" that represents a brand-new, unexpected layer between here and out there. This new layer,...
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Is North Korea’s satellite dead in orbit? Launched last week, the spacecraft seems to be tumbling overhead, according to astronomers keeping track of the device. “At this stage I’m getting a bit skeptical,” Jonathan McDowell,...
A team of astronomers has discovered half a dozen exocomets, which may be as common as exoplanets orbiting other stars, researchers said Tuesday. The research, presented Monday at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Long Beach, could provide...
Using the Hubble Space Telescope, a team led by Notre Dame researcher Nicolas Lehner has found massive supplies of fresh gas around modern galaxies. The following news release from Notre Dame was issued Friday afternoon: Galaxies have a voracious...
Channel 2 NewsA Venus transit drew hundreds of viewers in Anchorage Tuesday, as the solar system's second-closest planet to the sun passed across its face in a once-in-a-lifetime celestial event. The University of Alaska Anchorage opened the the third floor of its...
NASA's orbiting Kepler telescope has discovered an unlikely pair of planets orbiting a distant star. One is small and rocky, the other is large and gaseous. What makes them unusual is that both are orbiting close to their parent star and they routinely...
Los Angeles TimesA team of astronomers has made two discoveries: a super-Earth sitting a mere 42 light years away at just the right temperature for liquid water -- and a creative new way to look for such exoplanets. The super-Earth, HD 40307-g, is one of three discovered...
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First, the bad news: The Andromeda galaxy, an agglomeration of 1 trillion stars that is visible to the naked eye, is hurtling through space at 250,000 miles per hour — and it's coming right at us. What's more, NASA astronomers in Baltimore said...
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This post has been corrected, as indicated below.By taking a fresh look at old data, an international team of astronomers has discovered a possible new super-Earth planet relatively nearby that could potentially hold liquid water, scientists said Wednesday. The research, released by the journal...
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