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The Milky Way is 50% BIGGER than we thought
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Milky Way's size could be 50% Bigger than Previously Believed

Published in The Astrophysical Journal, a new research has revealed that our galaxy the Milky Way could be 50% bigger than what researchers have so far thought. Going by the claims of the research, the galaxy stretches to 150,000 light-years, not ... Topnews.in, 1 week ago
The Milky Way is 50% BIGGER than we thought Capital Bay, 2 weeks ago
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Scholz's Star Passed through Oort Cloud nearly 70,000 Years Ago, Say Researchers

Researchers in a recent research published in the astrophysical Journal letters stated that a recently discovered stellar neighbor passed through the Oort cloud at the edge of our solar system almost 70,000 years ago, at the same time when the ...
 French Tribune1 month ago Closest Earth Flyby of a Star 70,000 Years Ago  Sudan Vision Daily1 month ago Alien star buzzed the Sun 70,000 years ago  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Astronomers identify binary system believed to have invaded our solar system 70,000 years ago  Gizmag1 month ago
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Astronomers find oldest known star with Earth-like planets

The system is 11.2 billion years old and was born near the dawn of the galaxy, said the report in the Astrophysical Journal. MIAMI: International astronomers said Tuesday they have discovered the oldest known star in a distant galaxy encircled by five ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Astronomers spot closest star to ever pass earth  SABC3 weeks ago Star Once Passed 'Astronomically Close' to Earth  Newser1 month ago Astronomers catch multiple-star system as it forms  Social Dashboard3 weeks ago
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Softpedia

The Corrugated Galaxy—Milky Way May Be Much Larger Than Previously Estimated

Findings Led by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Researchers Published in the Astrophysical Journal The Milky Way galaxy is at least 50 percent larger than is commonly estimated, according to new findings that reveal that the galactic disk is ...
 Innovations Report1 week ago Our Home Galaxy, the Milky Way, Is Way Bigger than Assumed  Softpedia2 weeks ago Galactic Ripples Show Milky Way Is 'Corrugated,' Suggesting Galaxy's Significantly Bigger  Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago Milky Way could be 50% larger than thought  Digital Journal2 weeks ago
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Alpha Galileo

Elsevier Announces the Launch of a New Journal: 'Molecular Astrophysics'

- Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of the 'Molecular Astrophysics', a new journal focusing on the formation of molecules in space.Molecular ...
 Alpha Galileo1 week ago
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Weekend Confidential: Neil DeGrasse Tyson — Review

(FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL 3/7/15) By Alexandra Wolfe If everyone else is drinking beer, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson orders a milkshake. If he's in a boardroom full of people in suits, he spins around in the swivel chairs. And when ...
 iMarketReports3 weeks ago

Physics Undergraduate Publishes in the Astrophysical Journal

Kevin Wagner, a third-year physics undergraduate, recently published his re regarding the properties of young stars during the time that planets ought to be forming from the remnant material still surrounding the star. McMicken Department of ...
 Noodls1 month ago
Washington Post

Photos: Astronauts' Space Outpost Glows in the Dark

, this image was posted to Italian astronaut Sam Cristoforetti's Twitter account with the text, "Captivating view... Progress cargo spaceship ablaze in a ghostly green and red glow. #OurOutpostInSpace." @AstroSamantha/Twitter Astronauts' Space ...
 ABC News1 week ago Have Astronomers Finally Found Dark Matter?  National Geographic1 week ago Nine new dwarf galaxies just chill around Milky Way  Denver Post2 weeks ago Astronomy's darkest discovery yet  NEWS.com.au1 month ago
SpaceRef

Scientists finally solved the mystery of a huge stellar explosion in the 17th century

See Also Iconic Hubble images are actually black-and-white Astronomers have shed new light on what was thought to be one of the earliest recorded observations of a nova, or exploding star. It comes as observations continue to track a faint new nova ...
 Business Insider4 days ago Colliding stars explain enigmatic 17th century explosion  Space Daily2 days ago Colliding Stars Explain Enigmatic Seventeenth Century Explosion  Innovations Report4 days ago Mysterious 17th Century Stellar Explosion Explained 340 Years Later, Nova Vul 1670 (PHOTOS)  Hngn.com5 days ago
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Astronomers discover rare, self-destructing asteroid

Active asteroid P/2012 F5 captured by Keck II/DEIMOS in mid-2014. Top panel shows a wide-angle view of the main nucleus and smaller fragments embedded in a long dust trail. Bottom panel shows a close-up view with the trail numerically removed to ...
 Red Orbit3 days ago Unusual Asteroid Suspected Of Spinning To Explosion  Photonics Online4 days ago
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