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Researchers have found another planet (Wolf 1061c) that can sustain life: Located just 14 light-years away

New research suggests that a planet circling the star Wolf 1061 falls within what's called the star's habitable zone - making it one of the most likely neighbouring candidates for a planet that supports life Read More...

2017 Full Moon Calendar
The moon shows its full face to Earth once a month. Well, sort of.

In fact, the same side of the moon always faces the planet, but part of it is in shadow. And, in reality most of the time the "full moon" is never perfectly full. Only when the moon, Earth and the sun are perfectly aligned is the moon 100 percent full, and that alignment produces a lunar eclipse. Read More...


Total Solar Eclipse 2017: When, Where and How to See It (Safely)

On Aug. 21, 2017, American skywatchers will be treated to a rare and spectacular celestial show — the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental United States in nearly four decades. Read More...


How long do you need to get to the other side of the globe, if you build a tunnel through the center of the Earth After removing the air and putting on special equipment, you could soar freefall through the tunnel. Read More...
Australian Radio Telescope Parkes Joins $100 Million Search for Alien Life
A $100 million search for intelligent alien life just added a big arrow to its quiver.

Breakthrough Listen has begun using the Parkes radio telescope in Australia to scan the heavens, representatives of the ambitious, decade-long project announced Monday (Nov.7). Read More...



First detection of boron on the surface of Mars New finding provides more clues about water habitability

Boron has been identified for the first time on the surface of Mars, indicating the potential for long-term habitable groundwater in the ancient past. This finding and others from NASA's Curiosity rover science team will be discussed in a press conference today in San Francisco. Read More...


An astronaut on the International Space Station looked out the window and saw this picture
Certainly astronauts on the International Space Station were not yet accustomed to spectacular images, they observe and photograph them when they are in space with a diameter of seven millimeters from the edge of one of the windows through which astronauts on Space Read More...
A new study supports the possibility of life on Mars
In a new study published in the journal Astrobiology were analyzed in the course of forty years on the Red Planet. They believe that the existence of microbial life on Mars is possible. Read More...


Another '' Habitable Planet Proxima B'' this exoplanet has important water reserves
Significant water reserves were discovered exoplanet Proxima b, Swiss scientists say. Proxima b could be the closest planet outside the Solar System, a telluric exoplanet, which is in the habitable zone of the star Proxima Centauri. Read More...


It was created the most complex map of the Milky Way . It shows that our galaxy is much more extensive than previously thought
Researchers say they underestimated the number of stars existing within our galaxy. Read More...
The First Stars in the Universe could provide clues about Dark Matter

The first stars appeared in the Universe which might contain clues to provide more explanations about the origin of dark matter, a substance that still retains its mysteries, 70 years after it was discovered by researchers, informs AFP. Read More...
Meteor Shower 2016: When, Where & How to See It
The Perseid meteor shower will burst into light this August as Earth passes through the long trail left by Comet Swift-Tuttle — and this year, it's slated to put on a spectacular show. Here's how and when to see the Perseids According to NASA meteor expert Bill Cooke, the Perseids are perhaps the most popular meteor shower of the year. They will be in "outburst" in 2016, which means they'll appear at double read more...
Gas giants could have a layer of mysterious 'dark hydrogen'
For the first time, scientists have successfully forced hydrogen into a state that exists between metal and gas - a form known as 'dark hydrogen' - that they say could occur naturally on gas giants like Jupiter. read more...


The US is close to approving the first ever private Moon mission for 2017.
The US government is set to give approval to California-based space company, Moon Express, to explore the surface of the Moon over a two-week period in 2017. read more...
New discovery may explain the mysteries of the Universe read more. 
Although most of the nuclei of atoms are spherical, there are "figures" most non-conformist - for example pear-shaped. The discovery could have important implications in clarifying some of the mysteries of physics and the cosmos read more...
KEPLER SPOTS 100+ MORE EXOPLANETS, SOME POTENTIALLY HABITABLE WE'VE GOT EXOPLANETS ON EXOPLANETS
NASA announced today that its Kepler spacecraft has discovered a "crop of more than 100 planets" orbiting the M dwarf star K2-72, 181 light years away from Earth. read more...


An ocean lies a few kilometers beneath Saturn's moon Enceladus's icy surface
With eruptions of ice and water vapor, and an ocean covered by an ice shell, Saturn's moon Enceladus is one of the most fascinating in the Solar System, especially as interpretations of data provided by the Cassini spacecraft have been contradictory until now.  read more...
Cloudy days on exoplanets may hide atmospheric water
Hot Jupiters, exoplanets around the same size as Jupiter that orbit very closely to their stars, often have cloud or haze layers in their atmospheres. This may prevent space telescopes from detecting atmospheric water that lies beneath the clouds, according the Astrophysical Journal.
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The universe: Reading the future from the distant past  Scientists work at SLAC and Stanford are combining experimental data and theory to understand how the universe formed and what its future holds. Here, clumps and filaments of dark matter (black areas) serve as the scaffolding for the formation of cosmic structures made of regular matter (bright areas), including stars, galaxies and galaxy clusters. read more...


4,000 confirmed exoplanets similar to Earth
In the past, visual artists have produced infographics to show in the simplest way possible the ever-increasing number of planets and what we know about them. This latest iteration, called the Exoplanetary Orrery V read more...
Chaotic Orbit Of Halley's Comet Explained
The most famous comet of all returns to our skies every 75 years, but its orbit is so strongly influenced by other bodies in the Solar System that, until now, astronomers couldn't predict its trajectory. read more...
A new theory on the Creation of the Universe, disprove the Big Bang
An international team of researchers has backed up the growing hypothesis that the Big Bang was actually a 'Big Bounce', meaning that the Universe didn’t pop into existence. read more...


LARGEST MAP EVER MADE WILL UNLOCK THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE 1.2 MILLION GALAXIES
"This is one slice through the map of the large-scale structure of the Universe from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey and its Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey. Read More...
Private Moon Landing Set for 2017
California-based company Moon Express, which aims to fly commercial missions to the moon and help unlock its resources, has signed a five-launch deal with Rocket Lab, with the first two robotic liftoffs scheduled to take place in 2017. Read More...
Dark Energy vs. Dark Matter
While dark energy repels, dark matter attracts. And dark matter’s influence shows up even in individual galaxies, while dark energy acts only on the scale of the entire universe Read More...
The Milky Way's Halo Spins With The Galaxy
Astronomers from the University of Michigan have, for the first time, measured the speed at which the Milky Way halo is rotating, a discovery that could provide new clues on how galaxies form and evolve. Read More...
The newfound alien world named HD 131399Ab
Its orbit around HD 131399A, the brightest of the three stars, is by far the widest known within a multi-star system. Such orbits are often unstable, because of the complex and changing gravitational attraction from the other two stars in the system, and planets in stable orbits were thought to be very unlikely. Read More...
Researchers have unraveled another mystery of the planet Ceres
The new findings suggest that the disappearance of craters could be produced over a hundred million years due to the frozen surface of the planet and geothermal activity. ,, We concluded that a significant number of craters on Ceres was obliterated beyond the recognized geological measurements over time Read More...
Scientists convert carbon dioxide to create electricity . This graphic explains novel method for capturing the greenhouse gas and converting it to a useful product -- while producing electrical energy it must continue to find ways to lessen the impact of its fossil fuel consumption. Read More...
An unusual signal was obtained by Russian astronomers. It may have extraterrestrial origins . Astronomers have detected a burst of energy last year appeared to his level HD 164 595, a star located at a distance of about 94 light-years from Earth towards the constellation Hercules Read More..
THIS COULD BE THE STRANGEST EXOPLANET FOUND YET GIANT PLANET ORBITS THREE STARS AT ONCEImagine a planet, like Jupiter, but four times heavier. And it's got a huge orbit, maybe twice as wide as Pluto's. Oh, and it has three suns. That planet is real, and it's only 320 light years away. Meet HD 131399Ab. Read More..
There is an alien structure in our galaxy? One of the most unusual stars in our galaxy, KIC 8462852, is astronomical attention in recent months.The star is 1,480 light years away from our planet. This sparked the interest of researchers in October when they were discovered unusual fluctuations of light. Read More...

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