Swarms of satellites in the night sky: bright, brighter, Starlink

The satellite companies point out that according to a ITU report published in 2021 around 2.9 billion people – almost a third of the world’s population – have never used the Internet. A constellation of communications satellites could change that. But light from the Starlink constellation alone will streak at least 30 percent of the … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope glimpses a brilliant gathering of stars

The hubble space telescope has obtained this image of a bright gathering of stars, called Pismis 26, a globular cluster of stars located about 23,000 light-years away. Many thousands of stars shine brightly against the black background of the image, with some brighter red and blue stars located along the outskirts of the cluster. Armenian … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope glimpses a brilliant gathering of stars

The hubble space telescope has obtained this image of a bright gathering of stars, called Pismis 26, a globular cluster of stars located about 23,000 light-years away. Many thousands of stars shine brightly against the black background of the image, with some brighter red and blue stars located along the outskirts of the cluster. Armenian … Read more

India’s SARAS radio telescope gave astronomers clues about the nature of stars and the first galaxies in the universe

Scientists have determined the nature of radio-luminous galaxies that formed just 200 million years after the Big Bang, the period known as cosmic dawn, providing insight into the nature of the oldest radio-luminous galaxies typically powered by supermassive black holes. Humans, curious about how early stars and galaxies formed and what they looked like, have … Read more

The advanced Hubble Telescope captures images of galaxy collisions

The advanced Hubble Telescope, produced by NASA in cooperation with the European Space Agency, has captured new images of galaxies colliding with each other. And the American and European agencies revealed the truth about the capture of the Hubble image of Arp-Madore 417-391, a strange galaxy collision about 670 million light-years away. The image captured … Read more

“Pandora Cluster” created by the collision of four galaxy clusters Looking back at Hubble Space Telescope images | sorae Portal site to space

[▲ Galaxy cluster “Abell 2744” photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope (Credit: NASA, ESA, and J. Lotz, M. Mountain, A. Koekemoer, and the HFF Team (STScI).)] This is the galaxy cluster “Abell 2744” about 4 billion light years away in the direction of “Sculptor”. A galaxy cluster is a large celestial body that contains hundreds … Read more

Enhancing the capabilities of the “Very Large” telescope

Prepared by: Mustafa Al-Zoubi The European Organization for Astronomical Research has boosted the capacity of the Very Large Telescope at Cerro Paranal in northern Chile, one of the most important ground-based observatories in the world, with a new infrared instrument that was installed recently and has given the telescope a clearer view of the universe. … Read more

Another success! The “first meser signal” was detected by the National Radio Telescope of Thailand at the W49N region of massive star formation.

National Astronomical Research Institute (Public Organization) Nari reveals the team of engineers at the Radio Astronomy Laboratory and a researcher at the National Astronomical Research Institute Together to test the operation of the National Radio Telescope in spectral observation mode. and succeeded in receiving the first signal of “Mazer” from the region of massive star … Read more

With the James Webb Telescope, the depths of space are getting closer

The James Webb Space Telescope caused a sensation shortly after its launch. Most recently, sulfur dioxide was discovered for the first time on an exoplanet using his recordings. And James Webb is also breathing new life into a classic of astronomy: the space telescope recently made a new image of the “nursery for stars”, which … Read more

Hubble Space Telescope observed a supernova that occurred 11 billion years ago Captured three different moments at once | sorae Portal site to the universe

[▲ A figure showing how the image of a supernova split into three (bottom) due to the gravitational lensing effect of the galaxy cluster Abell 370 (top) (Credit: NASA, ESA, A. Pagan (STScI))] A research team led by Wenlei Chen of the University of Minnesota has found that three different moments of a supernova explosion … Read more