Strange things are far ahead in the galaxy. According to a new analysis of Gaia satellite data, the closest star cluster to our solar system is currently torn apart – not only by normal processes, but also by gravitational bridges that we cannot see. Astronomers say the disturbance could be …Read More »
For a while, physicists have been searching for ancient black holes, foreign objects that could form at the beginning of the universe and stimulate the entire range of Shenanigan in the universe. Physicists from the University of California, Los Angeles, and the Kavali Institute for Physics and Mathematics in Japan …Read More »
Jupiter may be the most famous hurricane in the solar system, but that doesn’t mean it gets all the fun – and Neptune has been introduced to scientists by Doozy. However, the tendency of the storm over a large part of the ice is not uncommon, but this is the …Read More »
A tiny, mysterious galaxy 44 million light-years away is finally producing its secrets. Last year turned out to be a shockingly low amount of dark matter, which posed a significant challenge to our models of the Galaxy NGC 1052-DF4A Galaxy formation. Those models still live another day. According to new …Read More »
Scientists have discovered unfamiliar signs of new physics in the background radiation of the universe.
In all known space, between the stars and the galaxies, an extremely circular glow is eclipsed, a remnant left over from the beginning of the universe. This is the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), the first light that it could travel through the universe when it cooled about 380,000 years after …Read More »