Jap astronomers expose oddities of planet Uranus

ANI | Updated: Apr 06, 2020 23:28 IST Tokyo [Japan], April 6 (ANI): The strange axis of rotation of planet Uranus and the unusual properties of its moons and ring system are likely due to an ancient giant icy impact, suggests a study conducted by researchers of Tokyo Institute of Technology.The research team led by…

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Astronomers detect first double helium-core white dwarf gravitational wave provide

Scientists at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard and Smithsonian have announced the detection of J2322+0509, a detached binary white dwarf composed of two helium-core stars with a short orbital period. It is the first gravitational wave source of its kind ever detected. “Theories predict that there are many double helium-core white dwarf binaries out…

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NASA astronomers confirmed the fog to the North of Jupiter

By Natasha Kumaron April 5, 2020in Sciense Recently experts of space Agency NASA, usually conducting research in the southern regions of Jupiter, was subjected to study other areas. The last pictures taken with the spacecraft “Juno”, allowed to identify the fog on the planet. As was reported by astronomers, corresponding to a natural phenomenon, it…

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Astronomers plight ‘missing hyperlink’ shaded gap

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Scientists have detected a mid-size black hole – considered the “missing link” in the understanding of these celestial brutes – eviscerating an unfortunate star that strayed too close. A cosmic homicide in action, with a wayward star being shredded by the intense gravitational pull of a black hole that contains tens of…

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Astronomers secure handiest evidence for elusive mid-sized black hole ‘intermediate mass’

Astronomers have found the best evidence for a black hole of an elusive class known as “intermediate-mass”Representative Image (Photo Courtesy: social media)IANS Published: 1 Apr 2020, 10:00 PMEngagement: 0Using the combined power of two X-ray observatories and the keen vision of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have found the best evidence for a black hole…

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Astronomers predicament frail effects from a supermassive dark gap’s jets

Astronomers predicament frail effects from a supermassive dark gap’s jets

Home News Science & Astronomy An artist’s depiction of the quasar MG J0414+0534. (Image: © Kindai University) Astronomers have gleaned their first insight to what the jets blasting off of supermassive black holes may have done to surrounding gas in the young universe.Scientists are curious about this interaction around a black hole because they believe…

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Astronomers bear lastly stumbled on the threshold of the Milky Contrivance galaxy

Astronomers bear lastly stumbled on the threshold of the Milky Contrivance galaxy

Astronomers have at last identified what’s believed to be the edge of the Milky Way galaxy. A team of astronomers from England used that farthest point to determine that the diameter of the Milky Way is 1.9 million light-years, plus or minus 0.4 million light-years. It’s a scientific breakthrough that holds the potential to unlock…

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Astronomers Survey Blasting Supermassive Black Gap Jets From The Early Universe

Astronomers Survey Blasting Supermassive Black Gap Jets From The Early Universe

Artist’s impression of MG J0414+0534. (Kindai University) MICHELLE STARR 30 MARCH 2020 In the far reaches of the Universe, astronomers have managed to capture a rare interaction. As a supermassive black hole ravenously slurps down matter around it, it’s sending out jets of plasma – pushing into and heating the gas in the galaxy around…

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Astronomers captured unique, detailed maps of three shut by interstellar gasoline clouds

Interstellar gas clouds are challenging to observe in visible light, but they emit strong radio wavelengths. But, Thanks to Nobeyama 45-m Radio Telescope in Japan that aid scientists to create detailed radio maps of interstellar gas clouds, the birthplaces of stars.Using the data gathered using the telescope, researchers from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan…

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