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Astronomy news. New! Earth-like extrasolar planet found; double helix nebula; supermassive black holes, astronomy articles, astronomy pictures. Updated daily.
  • Scientists capture the 'sound' of sunrise on Mars
    Freitag, 09.11.2018, 16:14:22 Uhr
    Scientists have created the soundtrack of the 5,000th Mars sunrise captured by the robotic exploration rover, Opportunity, using data sonification techniques to create a two-minute piece of music.
  • Harvesting renewable energy from the sun and outer space at the same time
    Donnerstag, 08.11.2018, 20:24:18 Uhr
    Scientists have demonstrated for the first time that heat from the sun and coldness from outer space can be collected simultaneously with a single device. Their research suggests that devices for harvesting solar and space energy will not compete for land space and can actually help each other function more efficiently.
  • Aging a flock of stars in the Wild Duck Cluster
    Donnerstag, 08.11.2018, 19:41:28 Uhr
    The way they move belies the true ages of the almost 3,000 stars populating one of the richest star clusters known. Astronomers recently discovered the stars all were born in the same generation, solving a long-standing puzzle about how stars evolve.
  • Astronomers find pairs of black holes at the centers of merging galaxies
    Mittwoch, 07.11.2018, 19:38:11 Uhr
    For the first time, a team of astronomers has observed several pairs of galaxies in the final stages of merging together into single, larger galaxies. Peering through thick walls of gas and dust surrounding the merging galaxies' messy cores, the research team captured pairs of supermassive black holes -- each of which once occupied the center of one of the two original smaller galaxies -- drawing closer together before they coalescence into one giant black hole.
  • Cosmic fountain offers clues to how galaxies evolve
    Dienstag, 06.11.2018, 16:38:40 Uhr
    Galaxy evolution can be chaotic and messy, but it seems that streams of cold gas spraying out from the region around supermassive black holes may act to calm the storm.
  • Elusive star has origins close to Big Bang
    Montag, 05.11.2018, 22:09:00 Uhr
    Astronomers have found what could be one of the universe's oldest stars, made almost entirely of materials spewed from the Big Bang.
  • Laser tech could be fashioned into Earth's 'porch light' to attract alien astronomers
    Montag, 05.11.2018, 19:28:59 Uhr
    If extraterrestrial intelligence exists somewhere in our galaxy, a new study proposes that laser technology on Earth could, in principle, be fashioned into something of a planetary porch light -- a beacon strong enough to attract attention from as far as 20,000 light years away.
  • Magnetic pumping pushes plasma particles to high energies
    Montag, 05.11.2018, 16:54:48 Uhr
    The solar wind is not a calm summer breeze. Instead, it is a roiling, chaotic mess of turbulence and waves. There is a lot of energy stored in this turbulence, so scientists have long thought that it heats the solar wind. However, the heating expected from turbulence is not the heating observed. Scientists now have a new idea about what heats the solar wind, a theory called magnetic pumping.
  • Laboratory experiments probe the formation of stars and planets
    Montag, 05.11.2018, 16:54:42 Uhr
    The cosmos is a void dotted with stars and an ever-increasing number of newly-observed planets beyond our solar system. Yet, how these stars and planets formed out of clouds of interstellar dust and gas remains mysterious. The study of black holes provides clues that could help solve this mystery.
  • A stellar achievement: Magnetized space winds in the laboratory
    Montag, 05.11.2018, 16:54:29 Uhr
    New insights have been gained about stellar winds, streams of high-speed charged particles called plasma that blow through interstellar space. These winds, created by eruptions from stars or stellar explosions, carry with them strong magnetic fields which can interact with or effect other magnetic fields, such as those that surround planets like Earth. To understand these processes, researchers are employing laboratory experiments to study magnetic flows up close.
  • Borexino sheds light on solar neutrinos
    Montag, 05.11.2018, 16:52:11 Uhr
    For more than ten years, the Borexino Detector located 1,400 meters below surface of the Italian Gran Sasso massif has been exploring the interior of our Sun. During this time, the project has provided amazing insights into how the star at the center of our solar system generates its energy.
  • Comet tails blowing in the solar wind
    Freitag, 02.11.2018, 18:19:52 Uhr
    Combined observations of Comet McNaught -- one of the brightest comets visible from Earth in the past 50 years -- have revealed new insights on the nature of comets and their relationship with the Sun.
  • NASA's Dawn mission to asteroid belt comes to end
    Freitag, 02.11.2018, 14:03:01 Uhr
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft has gone silent, ending a historic mission that studied time capsules from the solar system's earliest chapter.
  • Astronomers discover the giant that shaped the early days of our Milky Way
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 19:15:53 Uhr
    Some ten billion years ago, the Milky Way merged with a large galaxy. The stars from this partner, named Gaia-Enceladus, make up most of the Milky Way's halo and also shaped its thick disk, giving it its inflated form.
  • Naturally occurring 'batteries' fueled organic carbon synthesis on Mars
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 19:15:31 Uhr
    Mars' organic carbon may have originated from a series of electrochemical reactions between briny liquids and volcanic minerals, according to analyses of three Martian meteorites. The discovery that natural systems can form a small corrosion-powered battery that drives electrochemical reactions between minerals and surrounding liquid has major implications for astrobiology. A similar process could occur anywhere that igneous rocks are surrounded by brines, including the subsurface oceans of Jupiter's moon Europa and Saturn's moon Enceladus.
  • Hubble reveals cosmic Bat Shadow in the Serpent's Tail
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 19:14:51 Uhr
    The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured part of the wondrous Serpens Nebula, lit up by the star HBC 672. This young star casts a striking shadow -- nicknamed the Bat Shadow -- on the nebula behind it, revealing telltale signs of its otherwise invisible protoplanetary disc.
  • Thirty years in the life of supernova 1987A
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 17:48:53 Uhr
    Astronomers have observed the aftermath of Supernova 1987A over a 25-year period, from 1992 to 2017.
  • Strong ability to detect and perceive motion may prevent pilot disorientation
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 15:10:09 Uhr
    A new study has found that good performance on a piloting task was associated with lower vestibular thresholds, which represent stronger ability to sense and perceive information about motion, balance and spatial orientation. The findings suggest that astronauts or pilots with higher vestibular thresholds are more likely to become disoriented during flight, especially in situations when gravity is less than that on Earth -- such as on the Moon.
  • NASA retires Kepler Space Telescope
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 14:25:08 Uhr
    After nine years in deep space collecting data, NASA's Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel needed for further science operations. NASA has decided to retire the spacecraft within its current, safe orbit, away from Earth. Kepler leaves a legacy of more than 2,600 planet discoveries from outside our solar system, many of which could be promising places for life.
  • Most detailed observations of material orbiting close to a black hole
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 13:06:21 Uhr
    ESO's exquisitely sensitive GRAVITY instrument has added further evidence to the long-standing assumption that a supermassive black hole lurks in the center of the Milky Way. New observations show clumps of gas swirling around at about 30 percent of the speed of light on a circular orbit just outside its event horizon -- the first time material has been observed orbiting close to the point of no return, and the most detailed observations yet of material orbiting this close to a black hole.
  • Artificial intelligence bot trained to recognize galaxies
    Mittwoch, 31.10.2018, 13:06:08 Uhr
    Researchers have taught an artificial intelligence program used to recognize faces on Facebook to identify galaxies in deep space. The result is an AI bot named ClaRAN that scans images taken by radio telescopes. Its job is to spot radio galaxies -- galaxies that emit powerful radio jets from supermassive black holes at their centres.
  • Rare blue asteroid reveals itself during fly-by
    Montag, 29.10.2018, 20:28:49 Uhr
    Blue asteroids are rare, and blue comets are almost unheard of. An international team investigated (3200) Phaethon, a bizarre asteroid that sometimes behaves like a comet, and found it even more enigmatic than previously thought.
  • Astronomers witness slow death of nearby galaxy
    Montag, 29.10.2018, 18:09:57 Uhr
    Astronomers have witnessed, in the finest detail ever, the slow death of a neighboring dwarf galaxy, which is gradually losing its power to form stars.
  • How hibernators could help humans treat illness, conserve energy and get to Mars
    Samstag, 27.10.2018, 23:46:22 Uhr
    Researchers are evaluating the potential for hibernation and the related process, torpor, to aid human health in spaceflight.
  • Earth's dust cloud satellites confirmed
    Freitag, 26.10.2018, 16:26:22 Uhr
    Astronomers and physicists may have confirmed two elusive clouds of dust, in semi-stable points just 400,000 kilometers from Earth. The clouds, first reported by and named for Polish astronomer Kazimierz Kordylewski in 1961, are exceptionally faint, so their existence is controversial.
  • The ghost of Cassiopeia
    Donnerstag, 25.10.2018, 17:31:53 Uhr
    About 550 light-years away in the constellation of Cassiopeia lies IC 63, a stunning and slightly eerie nebula. Also known as the ghost of Cassiopeia, IC 63 is being shaped by radiation from a nearby unpredictably variable star, Gamma Cassiopeiae, which is slowly eroding away the ghostly cloud of dust and gas. This celestial ghost makes the perfect backdrop for the upcoming feast of All Hallow's Eve -- better known as Halloween.
  • Studying Pluto orbiter mission
    Mittwoch, 24.10.2018, 22:36:36 Uhr
    Astronomers have made several discoveries that expand the range and value of a future Pluto orbiter mission. The breakthroughs define a fuel-saving orbital tour and demonstrate that an orbiter can continue exploration in the Kuiper Belt after surveying Pluto.
  • Astronomers spot signs of supermassive black hole mergers
    Mittwoch, 24.10.2018, 14:33:57 Uhr
    New research has found evidence for a large number of double supermassive black holes, likely precursors of gigantic black hole merging events. This confirms the current understanding of cosmological evolution -- that galaxies and their associated black holes merge over time, forming bigger and bigger galaxies and black holes.
  • New insight into why galaxies stop forming stars
    Mittwoch, 24.10.2018, 00:54:43 Uhr
    Galaxy clusters are rare regions of the universe consisting of hundreds of galaxies containing trillions of stars. It has long been known that when a galaxy falls into a cluster, star formation is fairly rapidly shut off in a process known as 'quenching.' A new study has made the best measurement yet of the quenching timescale, measuring how it varies across 70 percent of the history of the universe.
  • NASA's first image of Mars from a CubeSat
    Montag, 22.10.2018, 23:13:58 Uhr
    NASA's MarCO mission was designed to find out if briefcase-sized spacecraft called CubeSats could survive the journey to deep space. Now, MarCO -- which stands for Mars Cube One -- has Mars in sight.
  • Gravitational waves could soon accurately measure universe's expansion
    Montag, 22.10.2018, 22:21:56 Uhr
    Scientists estimate that given how quickly LIGO researchers saw the first neutron star collision, they could have a very accurate measurement of the rate of the expansion of the universe within five to 10 years.
  • Gravitational waves could shed light on dark matter
    Montag, 22.10.2018, 14:58:35 Uhr
    Black holes colliding, gravitational waves riding through space-time - and a huge instrument that allows scientists to investigate the fabric of the universe. This could soon become reality when the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) takes up operations. Researchers have now found that LISA could also shed light on the elusive dark matter particle.
  • Superflares from young red dwarf stars imperil planets
    Donnerstag, 18.10.2018, 20:12:04 Uhr
    Flares from the youngest red dwarfs surveyed are 100 to 1,000 times more energetic than when the stars are older. This younger age is when terrestrial planets are forming around their stars.
  • Double dust ring test could spot migrating planets
    Mittwoch, 17.10.2018, 17:10:14 Uhr
    Astrophysicist now have a way of finally telling whether newly forming planets are migrating within the disc of dust and gas that typically surrounds stars or whether they are simply staying put in the same orbit around the star.
  • Supermassive black holes and supercomputers
    Mittwoch, 17.10.2018, 14:08:07 Uhr
    The universe's deep past is beyond the reach of even the mighty Hubble Space Telescope. But a new review explains how creation of the first stars and galaxies is nevertheless being mapped in detail, with the aid of computer simulations and theoretical models -- and how a new generation of supercomputers and software is being built that will fill in the gaps.
  • All in the family: Kin of gravitational wave source discovered
    Dienstag, 16.10.2018, 19:20:24 Uhr
    According to new research, an object named GRB150101B -- first reported as a gamma-ray burst in 2015 -- shares remarkable similarities with GW170817, the neutron star merger discovered by LIGO and observed by multiple light-gathering telescopes in 2017. The new analysis suggests that these two separate objects may in fact be directly related.
  • Giant planets around young star raise questions about how planets form
    Montag, 15.10.2018, 16:45:31 Uhr
    Researchers have identified a young star with four Jupiter and Saturn-sized planets in orbit around it, the first time that so many massive planets have been detected in such a young system. The system has also set a new record for the most extreme range of orbits yet observed: the outermost planet is more than a thousand times further from the star than the innermost one, which raises interesting questions about how such a system might have formed.
  • Death of a massive star and birth of compact neutron star binary
    Donnerstag, 11.10.2018, 20:31:30 Uhr
    The unexpectedly gentle death of a massive star suggests that it was being robbed by a dense companion lurking out of sight.
  • New telescope almost doubles known number of mysterious 'fast radio bursts'
    Mittwoch, 10.10.2018, 19:23:03 Uhr
    Astronomers have nearly doubled the known number of 'fast radio bursts'-- powerful flashes of radio waves from deep space. The team's discoveries include the closest and brightest fast radio bursts ever detected and they have proved that fast radio bursts are coming from the other side of the Universe rather than from our own galactic neighborhood.
  • Mystery at the center of the Milky Way solved
    Mittwoch, 10.10.2018, 15:36:25 Uhr
    Astronomers have now found the explanation to a recent mystery at the center of the Milky Way galaxy: the high levels of scandium discovered last spring near the galaxy's giant black hole were in fact an optical illusion.
  • Icy warning for space missions to Jupiter's moon
    Dienstag, 09.10.2018, 16:24:40 Uhr
    A location often earmarked as a potential habitat for extra-terrestrial life could prove to be a tricky place for spacecraft to land, new research has revealed.
  • The threat of Centaurs for the Earth
    Dienstag, 09.10.2018, 16:24:37 Uhr
    Astrophysicists have investigated the long-term path development of Centaurs -- small icy bodies that orbit the Sun between Jupiter and Neptune.
  • When is a nova not a nova? When a white dwarf and a brown dwarf collide
    Montag, 08.10.2018, 14:35:04 Uhr
    Astronomers have found for the first time that a white dwarf and a brown dwarf collided in a 'blaze of glory' that was witnessed on Earth in 1670.
  • Lunar craters named in honor of Apollo 8
    Freitag, 05.10.2018, 17:14:34 Uhr
    The Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature of the International Astronomical Union has today officially approved the naming of two craters on the Moon to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 8 mission. The names are Anders's Earthrise and 8 Homeward.
  • Surprising chemical complexity of Saturn's rings changing planet's upper atmosphere
    Donnerstag, 04.10.2018, 20:39:37 Uhr
    A new study based on data from the final orbits last year of NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the rings of Saturn -- some of the most visually stupendous objects in the universe -- are far more chemically complicated than previously was understood.
  • Astronomers discover sonic boom from powerful unseen explosion
    Donnerstag, 04.10.2018, 19:18:31 Uhr
    A team of astronomers has detected the sonic boom from an immensely powerful cosmic explosion, even though the explosion itself was totally unseen. The titanic eruption, known as a Gamma Ray Burst (GRB), was generated by the collapse of a massive star in a galaxy nearly 300 million light-years from Earth.
  • Observations challenge cosmological theories
    Donnerstag, 04.10.2018, 19:18:28 Uhr
    Since the big bang, fewer galaxy clusters have formed over time than was actually expected. Physicists from the have now confirmed this phenomenon. For the next years the researchers will analyze their data in even greater detail. This will put them in a position to confirm whether the theories considered valid today need to be reworked.
  • Newly detected microquasar gamma-rays 'call for new ideas'
    Donnerstag, 04.10.2018, 19:18:10 Uhr
    The first-ever detection of highly energetic radiation from a microquasar has astrophysicists scrambling for new theories to explain the extreme particle acceleration. A microquasar is a black hole that gobbles up debris from a nearby companion star and blasts out powerful jets of material.
  • Astronomers find first compelling evidence for a moon outside our solar system
    Mittwoch, 03.10.2018, 20:29:31 Uhr
    On the hunt for distant worlds, researchers have identified an exomoon candidate around the transiting exoplanet Kepler-1625b that indicates the presence of a previously unknown gas-giant moon.
  • Mountaintop observatory sees gamma rays from exotic Milky Way object
    Mittwoch, 03.10.2018, 19:44:25 Uhr
    The High-Altitude Water Cherenkov Gamma-Ray Observatory (HAWC) collaboration has detected highly energetic light coming from a microquasar -- a black hole that gobbles up stuff from a companion star and blasts out powerful jets of material. Data analysis indicates that electron acceleration and collisions at the ends of the microquasar's jets produced powerful gamma rays. Multi-wavelength messengers from this unusual microquasar may offer scientists a glimpse into more extreme events happening in distant galaxies.
  • New simulation sheds light on spiraling supermassive black holes
    Dienstag, 02.10.2018, 17:40:36 Uhr
    A new model is bringing scientists a step closer to understanding the kinds of light signals produced when two supermassive black holes, which are millions to billions of times the mass of the Sun, spiral toward a collision.
  • New tool helps scientists better target the search for alien life
    Dienstag, 02.10.2018, 17:39:56 Uhr
    Scientists have developed a novel approach that boosts the chances of finding extraterrestrial intelligence in our galaxy. The method uses probability theory to calculate the possibility of detecting an extraterrestrial signal (if there is one) at a given distance from Earth.
  • Gaia spots stars flying between galaxies
    Dienstag, 02.10.2018, 16:30:00 Uhr
    A team of astronomers using the latest set of data from ESA's Gaia mission to look for high-velocity stars being kicked out of the Milky Way were surprised to find stars instead sprinting inwards -- perhaps from another galaxy.
  • New extremely distant solar system object found during hunt for Planet X
    Dienstag, 02.10.2018, 16:29:08 Uhr
    Astronomers have discovered a new extremely distant object far beyond Pluto with an orbit that supports the presence of an even-farther-out, Super-Earth or larger Planet X.
  • Animal study suggests deep space travel may significantly damage GI function in astronauts
    Dienstag, 02.10.2018, 16:27:27 Uhr
    Deep space bombardment by galactic cosmic radiation (GCR) could significantly damage gastrointestinal (GI) tissue leading to long-term functional alterations, according to a new study, which also raises concern about high risk of tumor development in stomach and colon.
  • Black holes ruled out as universe's missing dark matter
    Dienstag, 02.10.2018, 16:27:23 Uhr
    If dark matter consists of a plethora of primordial black holes, then their gravitational lensing -- magnifying and brightening distant objects -- should be detectable. Physicists analyzed 740 known supernovas to find the handful that should have been magnified and brightened by black holes, and found none. This puts a strong upper limit, 40, on the percent of dark matter that can consist of black holes, and suggests that none of it is.
  • Experimental Martian dirt: $20 a kilogram, plus shipping
    Freitag, 28.09.2018, 22:22:42 Uhr
    A team of astrophysicists has developed a scientifically based, standardized method for creating Martian and asteroid soil known as simulants.
  • Simulations uncover why some supernova explosions produce so much manganese and nickel
    Donnerstag, 27.09.2018, 15:10:05 Uhr
    Researchers have found white dwarf stars with masses close to the maximum stable mass are likely to produce large amounts of manganese, iron, and nickel after it orbits another star and explodes.
  • By Jove! Methane's effects on sunlight vary by region
    Mittwoch, 26.09.2018, 20:08:07 Uhr
    Solar energy absorption by methane is 10 times stronger over desert regions such as the Sahara Desert and Arabian Peninsula than elsewhere on Earth, and nearly three times more powerful in the presence of clouds. Researchers came to this conclusion after evaluating observations of Jupiter and Saturn's moon Titan.
  • How a tiny Curiosity motor identified a massive Martian dust storm
    Mittwoch, 26.09.2018, 20:07:12 Uhr
    When dust filled the Martian atmosphere during the recent planet-wide dust storm, observations were plentiful -- even from unlikely instruments.
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