NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Snaps Beautiful Image of Supernova’s Aftermath

The Hubble Space Telescope still has a lot to prove before the next-generation James Webb Space Telescope will replace it in October 2021. Hubble now adds another exciting image to…

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Earth-Sized Planet Orbits its Host Star in Just a Few Days

How would it be if a year lasted for only three days? Just like a second and a day, a full year is measured mechanically. A year practically means a…

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New Type of Exoplanet Discovered to Revolve Around a Star Incredibly Close

Once again, we’re witnessing a premiere in science. Astronomers using NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) have discovered something unique located at approximately 260 light-years away from Earth. A new…

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Saturn’s Moon Enceladus Captures Astronomers’ Attention Due to The Presence of Fresh Ice

Enceladus is one of the most interesting places from our solar system, and there’s no wonder why NASA sent the Cassini spacecraft there to take detailed images for 13 years….

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NASA Brings Evidence that The Moon Was Born Due to Planets Collision

There’s no secret for the scientific community that a violent planet collision gave birth to our natural satellite, but fresh evidence emerges. The cosmic object targeted by the Artemis program…

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