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Nasa's Hubble Telescope Finds 'Nasty' Star in Milky Way
NDTV

Say hello to 'nastiest' star ever

NASA's Hubble space telescope has spotted a weird star in our galaxy and has been nicknamed "nasty" owing to its behaviour never seen before.The hefty, rapidly ageing star "Nasty 1" may represent a brief transitory stage in the evolution of ... 5 Dariya News - English, 17 minutes ago
Say hello to 'nastiest' star … Yahoo! India, 3 hours ago
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NASA astronomers observes strange behavior of a huge star

Using Hubble Space Telescope, NASA astronomers have observed strange behavior of a huge star nicknamed it 'Nasty 1,' which is aging quickly. Researchers believe that it might be signifying a short transitory phase in the evolution of extremely huge ...
 French Tribune3 hours ago Hubble spots a sloppy, Nasty star in Milky Way  Silicon Republic20 hours ago Space 'Nasty': NASA's Hubble telescope catches cannibal star digesting companion  Russia Today1 day ago Hubble telescope observes freaky antics of 'Nasty 1' star  CNET.com.au1 day ago
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UPI

Astronomers nickname one-of-a-kind Wolf-Rayet star 'Nasty 1'

BERKELEY, Calif., May 22 (UPI) -- The Hubble Space Telescope recently spotted a star never-before-seen in the Milky Way, or anywhere else. The massive star, which lies some 3,000 light-years from Earth, has been tentatively labeled a Wolf-Rayet. ...
 UPI22 hours ago The Hubble Space Telescope recently spotted a star never before seen in the Milky Way, or anywhere else -- a Wolf-Rayet with a massive gas disk.  TickerTech.com21 hours ago Nasty Star Is Probably the Result of Cosmic Cannibalism  Softpedia3 hours ago
European Space Agency

Hubble revisits tangled NGC 6240

Description Not all galaxies are neatly shaped, as this new NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image of NGC 6240 clearly demonstrates. Hubble previously released an image of this galaxy back in 2008, but the knotted region, shown here in a pinky-red ...
 European Space Agency17 hours ago Hubble Catches Stellar Exodus in Action  NewsR.in4 days ago Hubble catches a stellar exodus in action  PhysOrg.com1 week ago NGC 6240: Merging Galaxies  Space Fellowship2 days ago
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Hubble traces the migration of white dwarfs in cluster 47 Tucanae

Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have, for the first time, collected a census of young white dwarf stars beginning their migration from the crowded centre of an ancient star cluster to its less populated outskirts. The new ...
 NewsR.in4 days ago Exodus of white dwarf stars captured for first time ever  Business Standard1 week ago Dying stars exodus: Hubble captures 1st ever images of migrating white dwarfs  Russia Today1 week ago Hubble Telescope Captures First Images of Migrating White Dwarf Stars  Sputnik1 week ago
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This day in history: Hubble's first image made space blurr...

The Hubble Space Telescope is known for its dazzling images of cosmic phenomena, but it didn't exactly start that way. Its first ever image, captured 25 years ago today, is decidedly less exciting. The photo shows HD96755, a part of star cluster ...
 AOL.com2 days ago Hubble's Space Photos Have Come A Long Way In 25 Years  NewsR.in2 days ago

UAE flag-coloured hookahs seized in UAQ

A senior official said the football-sized containers of the hubble-bubble sported the colours of the national flag. Seized hookahs such as these will be destroyed. — Supplied photo Umm Al Quwain - The Consumer Protection ...
 Khaleej Times4 days ago
Times of India

25 iconic images from the Hubble Space Telescope

By on May 17th, 2015 A quarter of a century ago, the Hubble Space Telescope was launched into Earth's orbit, giving us a revolutionary view of our universe. The joint effort between NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) has been helping ...
 The Kernel6 days ago NASA, CASIS Show How Your Companys Space Strategy Can Work  Information Week1 week ago OTD…May 11 and STS-125  Spaceflight Now1 week ago Happy Birthday Hubble!  Sakaal Times2 weeks ago
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No evidence of life in 100,000 galaxies: Scientists

Source: Wochit Tech - 1 week ago Astronomers Seek Super-Size Hubble Successor to Search for Alien Life 00:46 On April 24, 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope rode a space shuttle into low Earth orbit to become the most productive observatory in ...
 NewsR.in1 week ago Astronomers Seek Super-Size Hubble Successor to Search for Alien Life  NewsR.in2 weeks ago
Extreme Tech

NASA has new images of dwarf planet Ceres' mysterious white spots — and still nobody knows what they are

Nasa/JPL-Caltech Back then, Hubble sighted a white splotch on the tiny planet which abides in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. More recently, in February this year, the splotch became bright white spots as Dawn moved within 46,000km of ...
 Business Insider1 week ago Dawn captures Ceres mysterious bright spots in closest-yet photo  Extreme Tech15 hours ago What Are Those Bright Spots on Ceres? Go Vote!  Space.com18 hours ago Ceres Bright Spots Sharpen But Questions Remain  Universe Today22 hours ago
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