James Webb Space Telescope may have found a galaxy that existed 13.5 billion years ago
The galaxy is known as GLASS-z13, which dates back to 300 million years after the Big Bang, about 100 million years earlier than anything previously identified
European Space Agency shares images of edge-on galaxy; leaves netizens amazed
In their latest post, ESA has shared photos of the galaxy that 'plays' twister. These images of the edge-on galaxy have been captured by the Hubble Telescope
Intergalactic stargazing with NASA: Netizens agog; watch the viral video here
The video shows a massive star cluster called Westerlund 2. Located 20,000 light-years from Earth, it houses nearly 3,000 stars and resides in a stellar nursery known as Gum 29
Astronomers capture image of the magnetic field around M87's black hole
Black holes are often detected by the radiation produced when their gravity pulls in surrounding gases, a process called accretion.
Samsung Galaxy Z, S, Note, A, M and Tab series devices launched after 2019 will now get at least four years of security updates
The list of devices that are eligible for the four-year security updates includes 40 Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
Seven rocky planets of TRAPPIST-1 might be similar but they aren't the same: Study
They have interest researchers since 2017 when it was discovered that three of the seven planets are located in the theoretical "habitable zone".
Scientists use New Horizon to find number of galaxies from glow of the universe
The ‘leftover glow’ is coming from some dwarf galaxies that are present in the nearby universe “just beyond detectability”
Star sisters: Around 500 stars born together in Theia 456 are now moving together
All the stars streams in the Milky Way have been conveniently named Theia for the Greek Titan goddess of sight and heavenly light.
Supercomputer simulations could help solve mystery behind formation of moon
Astronomers tried colliding a non-spinning version of Theia with Earth but that resulted in a satellite with around 80 percent of the mass of the Moon.
Scientists witness the death of a galaxy 9 million light-years away unfold, in a remarkable first
The rare and recent discovery also shows that galaxies could shut down as a result of mergers.
Researchers measure and confirm the distance to oldest, farthest galaxy GN-z11 in the universe
The team of researchers measured the redshift of GN-z11, which is the light stretches out, becomes redder, the farther it travels.
Neuron web in human brain is similar to the network of galaxies in the Universe
They found that both systems are likely being shaped by “similar principles of network dynamics, despite the radically different scales and processes at play”.
Fast radio burst detected in the Milky Way is repeating, scientists confirm
In April this year, a weaker burst was detected and astronomers tracked it to a unique kind of star called a magnetar some 30,000 light-years away from us.
Milky Way's halo of heated gases that helps form planets, is filled with residues from dead stars
The observation was possible because of the works of a minisatellite called HaloSat that was launched from the ISS in 2018.
Star cluster feeding the black hole in our Milky Way has gobbled up a dwarf galaxy: Study
Some nuclear star clusters in our galaxy must have been formed from objects falling into black holes, the research suggests.
Stunning 'eye of the serpent' spotted by Hubble in spiral arms of a galaxy in the Hydra constellation
Only half of all the known spiral galaxies have a central bar-like structure, including NGC 2835 and our Milky Way galaxy.
New findings in dark matter physics could prompt brand-new model of the 'real' universe
The discovery, some experts think, might 'signal a gap' in the current understanding of dark matter and its properties.
Phosphine found in the Venus atmosphere, could be signs of 'aerial life' in planet's clouds
A chemically-synthesized bioweapon and agricultural fumigant, phosphine in also naturally made by some anaerobic microbes in low oxygen environments.
Stunning images from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory show cosmic objects, stars, supernovas
While Chandra captures X-rays in the outflow of stellar explosions in some images, Hubble throws light on galaxies.
ISRO's AstroSat detects galaxy that is one of the earliest sources of UV-light in space
After making this observation, the team analysed the data for two years to ensure they had made no mistakes since the Hubble telescope had not been able to detect it.