Asteroid Alert! a Stadium sized asteroid is moving towards Earth (Passing Date- 24 July)

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Topic: Asteroid Alert! a Stadium sized asteroid is moving towards Earth (Passing Date- 24 July) Report Coming out From NASA that a huge asteroid named ‘2008Go20’ is heading towards earth and will pass earth on 24 July. This ‘2008Go20’ named asteroid, which is nearing earth, has been classified as the Apollo asteroid. (Apollo Asteroids : … Read more

Here’s how the remaining of Comet ATLAS look like

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Topic: Here’s how the remaining of Comet ATLAS look like Source: ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY A sobering fly through of a disintegrating comet’s tail has provided scientists with a unique opportunity to study these remarkable structures, in new research presented today at the National Astronomy Meeting 2021. Comet Atlas fragmented last year just before its closest … Read more

Scientists have placed new Sunspot Catalogue for improvement of Space weather Predictions

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Topic: Scientists have placed new Sunspot Catalogue for improvement of Space weather Predictions Source: SKOLKOVO INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (SKOLTECH) Scientists from the University of Graz, the Kanzelhohe Observatory, Scholtec and the World Data Center SILSO at the Royal Observatory in Belgium have presented the Catalog of Hemispheric Sunspot Numbers. This will enable more … Read more

New study found that Cosmic rays help Supernovae in bigger explosions

New study found that Cosmic rays help Supernovae in bigger explosions, star constellation

Topic: New study found that Cosmic rays help Supernovae in bigger explosions Source: ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY The final stage of cataclysmic explosions of dying massive stars, called supernovae, could pack a six-times-large punch on surrounding interstellar gas with the help of cosmic rays, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of … Read more

Cosmic Lens Flare By ESA

Cosmic Lens Flare By ESA, Astronomy news

The centre of this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is framed by the tell-tale arcs that result from strong gravitational lensing, a striking astronomical phenomenon which can warp, magnify, or even duplicate the appearance of distant galaxies. Gravitational lensing occurs when light from a distant galaxy is subtly distorted by the gravitational pull … Read more

Astronomers Detected Millimeter-tall mountains on neutron stars

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Topic: Astronomers Detected Millimeter-tall mountains on neutron star. Source: Eureka Alert New models of neutron stars show that their tallest mountains may be only fractions of millimetres high, due to the huge gravity on the ultra-dense objects. The research is presented today at the National Astronomy Meeting 2021. Neutron stars are some of the densest … Read more

A star explosion in a distant galaxy has solved various space mysteries

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Source: Eureka Alert Dr. Iair Arcavi, a Tel Aviv University researcher at the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences, participated in a study that discovered a new type of stellar explosion – an electron-capture supernova. While they have been theorized for 40 years, real-world examples have been elusive. Such supernovas arise from the … Read more