Startling! Astronomers Discover New Cosmic Phenomenon at the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy

KOTAMBAGU PORTAL, People’s Mind – Phenomenon space just happened again in the galaxy Milky Way. Space scientists have again discovered a supermassive black hole measuring 4 million times the mass of the Sun. Despite being 25,800 light-years away, the region is shrouded in thick clouds, dust and gas that obscure some of the light’s wavelengths. … Read more

Cosmic rays can help keep world clocks in sync

The world has a robust and precise timekeeping system that regulates our clocks. Humanity uses it for everything we do, from our financial systems to satellite navigation, computer and telephone networks, and GPS. But the current system is not perfect and has vulnerabilities to cyber attacks and outages. Given the importance of accurate timekeeping to … Read more

The Hubble Space Telescope captures a dead star in cosmic cannibalism

The Hubble Space Telescope has found evidence of a white dwarf star gorging on rocky and icy material from its own system, suggesting that water and other volatiles are common in the outer regions of planetary systems. The astronomers used archive data from Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories for analyzing the spectral properties of … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope Captures Dead Star in Cosmic Cannibalism

The Hubble Space Telescope has found evidence of a white dwarf star devouring rocky and icy material from its system, suggesting that water and other volatiles are common in the outer reaches of planetary systems. The astronomers used archival data from Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories to examine the spectral properties of white dwarf … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope Captures a Dead Star in Cosmic Cannibalism

The Hubble Space Telescope has detected evidence of a white dwarf star devouring rocky and icy material from its own system, suggesting that water and other volatiles may be common in the outer regions of planetary systems. The astronomers used archival data from Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories to analyze the spectral properties of … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope captures dead star in cosmic cannibalism

The Hubble Space Telescope has detected evidence of a white dwarf devouring rocky material and ice from its own system, suggesting that water and other volatiles may be common in the outer regions of the planetary system. Astronomers use archival data from Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories to analyze the spectral properties of white … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope captures dead star in cosmic cannibalism

The Hubble Space Telescope has detected evidence of a white dwarf devouring rocky material and ice from its own system, suggesting that water and other volatiles may be common in the outer regions of the planetary system. Astronomers use archival data from Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories to analyze the spectral properties of white … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope Recorded Dead Stars That Cosmic Cannibal, So Evidence For Planetary Process

FLORIDA – Hubble Space Telescope records evidence that a dead star (a white dwarf) devours rocky material and ice from its system. This phenomenon indicates that water and other volatile substances are generally present in the outer part of the system planet . Astronomers used archival data from the Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories … Read more

Dead Star Rips Planet in ‘Cosmic Cannibalism’

Dead Star Rips Planet in ‘Cosmic Cannibalism’ / Wion News JAKARTA, kilat.com- A bintang when alive and kicking, it can literally be a life giver in its planetary system. Take the example of the Solar System. Sun created planetary systems, and gave Earth life itself. The planets peacefully revolved around the stars and all was … Read more

An extremely rare cosmic object has been found in the Milky Way, astronomers report

A new member of a class of stars so rare that we can count their known number on the fingers and toes in the Milky Way has been discovered. It’s called MAXI J1816-195, and it’s no more than 30,000 light-years away. Preliminary observations and investigations indicated that it was a millisecond X-ray-gathering pulsar – of … Read more