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Sep 14, 2019
New study suggests that the universe could be two billion years youngerThe generally accepted age of the universe is 13.7 billion years, based on a Hubble Constant of 70
Aug 28, 2019
NASA's Spitzer telescope celebrates its sweet 16 with 10 splendid stellar imagesThe space telescope was first launched on 25 August 2003 captures images in Infrared.
Aug 19, 2019
NASA's Hubble observed a weird, gaseous blob and found an ageing star in the centerAs the core of the star shrinks and grows hotter, it emits UV light that makes the gases around it glow.
Aug 16, 2019
NASA's Hubble captures a pair of galaxies merging, distorting in spectacular detailA popular theory claims that the Milky Way will collide with the neighbouring Andromeda in 4 bn years.
Aug 14, 2019
NASA's Hubble captures stunning new images of Jupiter and its Great Red SpotOne of the most striking features of Jupiter — the Great Red Spot — is an anticyclone storm that has been shrinking since the 1800s.
Jul 12, 2019
Hubble finds unusual black hole at a spiral galaxy's centre 130m light years awayThe black hole is at the heart of a spiral galaxy, NGC 3147, located 130 million light-years away.
Jul 09, 2019
NASA Hubble, Spritzer paired up to find chemical signatures of an exoplanetThe telescopes were pointed to the exoplanet to study 12 transits & 20 eclipses around its home star.
Jun 26, 2019
Hubble spots football shaped carbon molecules in area beyond the solar systemThe carbon atoms is one of the three identified compounds that are found in the interstellar medium.
Jun 19, 2019
10 important dates to remember in the history of space exploration from 1957 to nowSpace is the final frontier that man continues to explore and study, from the first man on the Moon to a rover on Mars.
May 07, 2019
Perfect spiral: Hubble telescope captures stunning core of a barred spiral galaxyThe spiral galaxy is roughly the size of our own, with a bar-like central region stretching from its core,