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Hubble captured a stunning image of 3 galaxies merging together

February 23rd, 2022

Space is absolutely chock full of mysteries. That’s why we’ve built things like space telescopes, and even sent some satellites out into the vast reaches of the unknown expanse surrounding us. These spacecraft have brought us a lot of information over the years, and some new ones will help bring even more. But, just because …

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NASA captured first-of-their-kind images of Venus that are stunning

February 15th, 2022

NASA designed the Parker Solar Probe to study the sun. However, the spacecraft has also managed to capture a series of first-of-their-kind images of Venus. The images feature the surface of Venus in visible light. A first for NASA. Parker captured the photos using its Wide-Field Imager (WISPR). The images were snapped during two gravity-assisted …

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New Hubble photo captures a rare galactic phenomenon

February 1st, 2022

The Hubble Space Telescope has returned yet another delightful look at space. The latest subject is a group of three galaxies, which astronomers refer to as NGC 7764A. Hubble captured the image of the galaxies using its Advanced Camera for Surveys as well as its Wide Field Camera 3. This newest Hubble telescope picture gives …

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The James Webb telescope has reached its final destination

January 25th, 2022

The James Webb telescope has reached its destination more than a million miles away from the Earth. The newest space telescope to join the Hubble in space exploration launched from New Guinea in December. Now that it’s in place, NASA and the ESO can get started putting it to work studying parts of the galaxy …

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Cosmic monster star erupted with the force of 1 billion Suns

January 6th, 2022

Researchers captured the eruption of a neutron star in 2021 and determined that it produced the same amount of energy our Sun would generate over 100,000 years. Even more intriguing is that the star produced that amount of energy in just a tenth of a second. Furthermore, scientists believe that the eruption could have been …