Researchers have found evidence that death of massive stars, those more than 10 times the mass of our Sun, may lead to the birth a new generation.
The idea is to build a spacecraft that’s so light that it can be accelerated by the photon energy of Earth-based lasers pushing against its surface.
Scientists have created a detailed map of the Milky Way using two large fully steerable radio telescopes in Germany and Australia in a survey known as HI4PI
A team of astronomers has identified a young star, located almost 11,000 light years away, which could help us understand how the most massive stars in the universe are formed.
The Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC), the world's largest single-aperture optical telescope on the island of La Palma in Spain, has captured an image of a galaxy which is 10 times deeper than any other obtained from the ground.
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As the momentous news of gravitational waves being detected 100 years after Albert Einstein's prediction broke on Thursday, scientists discussing the significance of the major discovery revealed that this discovery would enable us not just to see the stars, but also to listen to them.
You'll no longer see stars on Twitter: The messaging service has removed the star icon found under every tweet and replaced it with a heart.
Earth-like planets orbiting close to small stars probably have magnetic fields that protect them from stellar radiation and help maintain surface conditions that could be conducive to life, new research shows.
Serena Williams is a star and Maria Sharapova can dazzle but the sport drops off after that.
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Family members, Arpita Khan Sharma, Alvira Khan, brothers Sohail Khan and Arbaaz Khan, sister in law Malaika Arora Khan with son Arhaan, Seema Khan, brother in law Pulkit Samrat were also spotted visiting Salman Khan’s home.
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) in the universe are rare explosions that happen when extremely massive stars go supernova.
NASA is closer than ever to finding a twin for the Earth, astronomers said today, announcing the discovery of eight new planets that circle in the habitable zones of their stars.