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Astrophysicist explores star formation in Orion's belt

Scholz's Star Passed through Oort Cloud nearly 70,000 Years Ag...

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 Tribune, 1 week ago
Closest Earth Flyby of a Star 70,000 Years Ago Sudan Vision Daily, 4 days 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 Five ancient planets, for a song  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Astronomers discover oldest planetary system ever  Red Orbit1 month ago Astronomers find oldest planetary system, Kepler-444 weeks ago
National Geographic

A new study, published this week in the Astrophysical Journal, details a planet with rings that put the halos of Saturn and Jupiter to shame.

Study reveals planet with rings 200 times larger than Saturn's Jan. 26. /UPI/ -- Copyright 2015 United Press International, Inc. (UPI). Any reproduction, republication, redistribution and/or modification of any UPI content is expressly prohibited ...
 TickerTech.com1 month ago Distant World Has Rings 200 Times Bigger Than the Rings of Saturn  National Geographic4 weeks ago Alien planet has rings 200 times larger than Saturn's  Mother Nature Network3 weeks ago Telescopes Discover An Exoplanet With Rings 200 Times Bigger Than Saturn's  Business Insider1 month 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 ...
 Noodls4 days ago

Scientists find ancient planetary system in Milky Way

AccuracySpot checked Friday, January 30, 2015 Astronomers reported on Tuesday in The Astrophysical Journal Image: NASA They said the system dates roughly to the formation of the Milky Way Scientists explain they studied the star Since ...
 Wikinews3 weeks ago Scientists find ancient solar system in Milky Way galaxy  Wikinews4 weeks ago 'Astro-archaeological' discovery from the dawn of time  ECN1 month ago
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Sky-scanning instrument finds new galaxies: astronomers

A new instrument on Europe's Very Large Telescope (VLT) has produced the most detailed 3-D view yet of the deep Universe, discovering 26 distant galaxies in just 27 hours of scanning, its operators said Friday. MUSE, for Multi Unit Spectroscopic ...
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Huffington Post

Scientists find brightest night light circling impossibly huge black hole

Astronomers have discovered a distant, massive and ancient black hole that calls into question current models for the early expansion of the universe. A team of scientists from China and Arizona spotted the brightest quasar from the early universe, ...
 Gizmag1 day ago This Colossal Black Hole Is 12 Billion Times As Massive As The Sun, And It Has Astronomers Baffled  Huffington Post2 days ago Supermassive black hole swallows accepted theories  Iran Daily2 days ago Black Hole Discovered Too Big for Current Theories  The Guardian Express2 days ago
New Scientist

Dr Willie Soon: A Scientist in the Humble Quest for Truth

Christopher Monckton of Brenchley answers the campaign of assaults on the reputation of Dr. Willie Soon, an unsalaried astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Recently the Boston Globe, The New York Times, the Washington ...
 NewsHub South Africa7 hours ago Climate change sceptic's work called into question  New Scientist3 days ago Global warming contrarian researcher investigated for not revealing funding sources  PhysOrg.com4 days ago Climate Change Skeptic Received Energy Industry Research Funding  Philanthropy News Digest4 days ago
The Freepress Journal

Jupiter looked at as aliens would see it

Washington: Astronomers have observed Jupiter for centuries but a new study that looks at the gas giant as if it was an exoplanet could help make more reliable interpretations of Jupiter. The results largely confirm the conventional picture of ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago
The Guardian Express

Astronomy's darkest discovery yet

IT's been there all along. We just didn't know it. Astronomers believe an entire dark matter galaxy is lurking at the edge of our own. The problem with dark matter is that it's … dark. Astrophysicists know it must be there: Calculations ...
 My Zoo1 week ago Mysterious cloud discovered on Mars  ABC Online1 week ago Galaxy X and Dark Matter May Have Been Discovered by Astronomers  The Guardian Express2 weeks ago Galaxy Drowning in Dark Matter Might Be Lurking Close to Our Milky Way  Softpedia2 weeks ago
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