don’t miss the most incredible starburst of the summer!

Alfredo Graca 04 years ago. 7 minutes The Perseid star shower is one of the most popular in the northern hemisphere every summer. Will we be lucky in 2022 with viewing conditions? As Perseids are the most famous and popular star showers of the year and are often seen throughout the northern hemisphere. And in … Read more

KPLO: South Korea launches its first lunar probe – 08/02/2022 – Science

If all goes well, the first South Korean mission to Lua is set to depart this Thursday (4), ushering in what promises to be a new era of lunar exploration, in which multiple countries and companies are beginning to have interests in Earth’s natural satellite. Better known by the acronym KPLO (Korean Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter), … Read more

Launch of the last supermoon, meteor shower and lunar mission in August!

Paula good 1 hour ago 5 minutes In August, we will have the last Supermoon of the year, in addition to a meteor shower and the launch of a long-awaited space mission. The month of August has some great astronomical surprises in store for us! we will have the last supermoon of the yeara meteor … Read more

″GLASS-z13″ will be the most distant galaxy ever

JN / Agencies Today at 08:38 A week after the first images were revealed from the James Webb Space Telescope, the most powerful ever built, scientists have identified perhaps the most distant galaxy ever observed, which existed 13.5 billion years ago. Called GLASS-z13, it appears as it was about 300 million years after the Big … Read more

The James Webb Telescope may have already found the most distant galaxy ever observed

Forlusa July 21, 2022 • 06:39 A week after the first images from the James Webb Space Telescope, the most powerful ever built, were revealed, scientists have already identified the most distant galaxy ever observed, which existed 13.5 billion years ago. Related The secrets of the Universe in the images captured by the James Webb … Read more

From Mars to Earth, in July 1965, the red planet disappeared from life

A ray of light had been seen projected from Mars lasting 70 minutes (…) the observer is a reliable and cautious man and there is no reason to doubt that the light existed. Whatever the light, there’s no way of knowing. Whether he had intelligence or not, no one can tell.” On January 1, 1901, … Read more

Fast, ultra-bright astronomical event captured in the distant universe

This phenomenon could come from a star destroyed by a black hole © Martin Bernetti/AFP Forlusa July 16, 2022 • 2:35 p.m. An international scientific team has captured the first example of an extremely bright and rapidly changing astronomical event in the distant universe, a phenomenon as bright as a stellar explosion or a superluminous … Read more

Fast, ultra-bright astronomical event captured in the distant universe

This phenomenon could come from a star destroyed by a black hole © Martin Bernetti/AFP Forlusa July 16, 2022 • 2:35 p.m. An international scientific team has captured the first example of an extremely bright and rapidly changing astronomical event in the distant universe, a phenomenon as bright as a stellar explosion or a superluminous … Read more

First Image From Largest Space Telescope Reignites Controversy: James Webb Accused of Anti-LGBT Persecution | Universe

At the start of the week, the first images collected by James Webb, the largest space telescope in the world. And this Monday unveiled what is the most detailed image of the Universe, managing to show thousands of galaxies over 13 billion years ago. Parallel to the scientific progress that the development of the images … Read more

Engineers build a launcher that fires projectiles at 10 km/s

Engineers from McGill University in Canada and the Royal Military University of Canada have published a scientific paper on equipment capable of launching a projectile with a speed of up to 10 km/s (36,000 km/h). Although involving a military university, the study, published in the scientific journal shock wavesaims to support research on the impact … Read more