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20 alien Earth-like worlds?

Scientists identify 20 alien worlds...

Astronomers are narrowing the field in their search for a "second Earth." An international team of researchers has identified the 20 most Earth-like worlds among the more than 4,000 exoplanet candidates that NASA's Kepler space telescope has ..., 1 week ago
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20 alien worlds most likely to be like Earth MSN News US, 2 weeks ago

19 images for astrophysical journal

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Warm Jupiters Are Not As Lonely As Expected

After analyzing four years of Kepler space telescope observations, astronomers from the University of Toronto have given us our clearest understanding yet of a class of exoplanets called Warm Jupiters, showing that many have unexpected planetary ...
 Before It's News1 month ago Warm Jupiters Not as Lonely as Expected  Space Daily1 month ago 'Warm Jupiters' have got companions  NetIndia123.com1 month ago Warm Jupiters have got companions  Can India News1 month ago
Aero-News Network

Kepler Confirms 100+ Exoplanets

Four Planets Outside Our Solar System Could Be Rocky, Scientists Say An international team of astronomers has discovered and confirmed a treasure trove of new worlds using NASA's Kepler spacecraft on its K2 mission. Among the findings tallying 197 ...
 Aero-News Network1 month ago Kepler's K2 mission confirms 104 Earth-like planets  The Register1 month ago Nasa's Kepler Probe Discovers Over 100 Exoplanets During K2 Mission  NDTV1 month ago 100s of new planets discovered  IT-Online1 month ago
Science Recorder

Astronomers find first evidence of water clouds beyond solar system

Astronomers at the University of California, Santa Cruz, say they have found the first compelling evidence for the existence of water clouds, or water-ice clouds, beyond our solar system. The clouds were detected on an unimaginably cold brown dwarf ...
 Science Recorder1 month ago Exploring a Frozen Extrasolar World  Space Daily1 month ago Scientists Find Evidence of Water in Infrared Spectrum of Nearby Brown Dwarf  Sci-News.com1 month ago Clouds of water spotted on brown dwarf  USA Today1 month ago

Bizarre giant galaxy found in quiet corner of the universe

In optical light, UGC 1382 appears to be a simple elliptical galaxy (left). When astronomers incorporated ultraviolet and deep optical data (centre) they began to see spiral arms, and when that was combined with a view of low-density hydrogen gas ...
 Cosmos Magazine1 month ago NASA astronomers stumped over accidental discovery of 'Frankenstein' galaxy! - See pic  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Astronomers discover 'Frankenstein' galaxy UGC 1382  Firstpost.com1 month ago Astronomers stumble upon a 'Frankenstein' galaxy  Yahoo! India1 month ago

No Wonder Youre Hot. Youre Being Blasted by a Trillion Suns

Here's how it works, and how energy gets around the universe. An Australian astrophysicist and nine colleagues have answered a question of galactic import to beachgoers: How much of my sunburn can I reasonably blame on stars outside our galaxy? ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago Youre being blasted by a trillion suns  Bloomberg2 weeks ago

Local obituaries

Obituaries of residents of the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia. Arnold G. Gulko, patent lawyer, astrophysicist Arnold G. Gulko, 90, a patent lawyer for 36 years who upon his 1988 retirement became an independent astrophysicist, died ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago
Sci-Tech Today

Astronomers See Black Hole Chorus

All across the cosmos are the "songs" of black holes -- the X-rays that radiate outward as black holes accrete and swallow matter. Recently, astronomers with California Institute of Technology identified a chorus of black holes while analyzing data ...
 Sci-Tech Today4 weeks ago Astronomers survey chorus of black holes belting out X-rays  UPI4 weeks ago A Choir of Black Holes Sing a Cosmic Song  Before It's News3 weeks ago A quasi-periodic modulation of the iron line centroid energy in the black hole binary H1743−322  Paperity3 weeks ago
Tech Times

Milky Way's Halo Spins in the Same Direction as Galactic Disk, Say Astronomers

The gaseous halo of our Milky Way Galaxy is spinning in the same direction and at a similar speed as the Galaxy's disk, which contains stars, planets, gas, and dust, according to a team of astronomers using data from ESA's XMM-Newton X-ray ...
 Sci-News.com1 month ago Milky Way Halo Spinning At Dizzying Speed According To Astronomers  Tech Times1 month ago Astronomers Made a Groundbreaking Discovery Regarding Milky Way's Hot Gaseous Halo  NatureWorldNews.com1 month ago Milky Way galaxy's halo is spinning, just like its disk  UPI1 month ago
Huffington Post

Twitter Helps Confirm X-Shaped Bulge At Center Of Milky Way

What started out as a map of the galaxy that an astronomer shared on Twitter led to a collaboration that found strong evidence of a huge X-shaped structure formed by stars at the core of the Milky Way, according to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory . ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Giant X at the Center of the Milky Way Confirmed Via Twitter  NatureWorldNews.com1 month ago
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