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Skylab Observes a Solar Flare | NASA on The Commons on Flickr

ALMA Telescope’s New Insights Into the Sun’s Magnetic Fields

Thu Mar 21 2024

ALMA Telescope's Breakthrough Solar Observations Reveal Chromosphere's Magnetic Field Secrets

Researchers leverage ALMA's innovative polarimetric capabilities to observe the Sun in a new light, unlocking crucial insights into the chromosphere's ma...

A Swarm of Ancient Stars | NASA on The Commons on Flickr

Could Lack of Helium Explain Metal-Poor Galaxies?

Fri Mar 15 2024

Researchers led by Keita Fukushima from Osaka University have delved into the chemical makeup of early universe galaxies, uncovering the intricate relationship between helium abundance and metallicity to shed light on the formation and evolution of t...

File:HRDiagram.png | Saibo on Wikimedia

Advancements in Asteroseismology Explain Red Clump Stars' Pulsations

Tue Mar 12 2024

Groundbreaking research led by Anthony Noll, Sarbani Basu, and Saskia Hekker explores how core processes impact the pulsations of Red Clump stars, unveiling new insights into the internal dynamics of these crucial cosmic bodies using advanced asteros...

Webb Discovers Methane, Carbon Dioxide in Atmosphere of Exoplanet K2-18 b (Artist Illustration) | NASA's James Webb Space Telescope on Flickr

Neptune-Like Exoplanets' Deep Atmospheres Warmer Than Previously Thought

Sun Feb 11 2024

New study reveals that Neptune-like exoplanets have hotter deep atmospheres than previously thought, due to the inhibition of moist convection, shedding new light on the dynamics and composition of these distant worlds.

File:ESO-VLT-Laser-phot-33a-07.jpg | Nikthestunned on Wikimedia

NE2001p: Milky Way Galactic Electron Density Model Rewritten In Python

Mon Feb 05 2024

NE2001p: A Python-based Model Revolutionizes Mapping of the Milky Way's Ionized Interstellar Medium, paving the way for enhanced accuracy and accessibility in predicting distances to cosmic radio sources.

File:Dark matter map of KiDS survey region (region G12).jpg | Jmencisom on Wikimedia

Potential X-Ray Signals Could Illuminate Dark Matter's Secrets in the Milky Way

Thu Jan 25 2024

New research from Durham University's M. R. Lovell explores the potential of using X-ray signals to detect dark matter decay in the Milky Way's halo, providing insights into the mysterious nature of this elusive substance that makes up 85% of the uni...

Artist’s rendering of quasar P172+18 | European Southern Observatory on Flickr

Blazar TXS 0506+056 Linked to High-Energy Neutrino Emissions

Sun Jan 21 2024

Researchers have developed a innovative stochastic dissipation model that links the high-energy neutrinos observed to the distant blazar TXS 0506+056, shedding light on the complex interactions of cosmic rays, magnetic fields, and high-energy neutrin...

The Albert Einstein Memorial | Bernt Rostad on Flickr

Study Suggest New Geometric Gravity Theory Could Challenge General Relativity

Fri Jan 19 2024

New Geometric Gravity Theory Challenges Einstein's Relativity by Examining Gravitational Waves in Novel Framework

Radio Version - Echoes of Stellar Demise: Tracing Cassiopeia A's Supernova Remnant using 525 Hours of integration | William Ostling on Flickr

New Signal Processing Technique Promises Faster Detection of Cosmic Events

Mon Jan 15 2024

Scientists have developed a new technique that promises faster and more efficient detection of cosmic events using the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) on wafer-scale supercomputers, potentially revolutionizing our understanding of the universe and enabl...

Comet NEOWISE over Queen Valley | Joshua Tree National Park on Flickr

Organic Molecules Formed in Oort Cloud Comets: Ingredients for Early Life?

Tue Jan 09 2024

A groundbreaking study reveals that organic molecules, crucial for the formation of life, are actually formed within the atmospheres of Oort cloud comets, providing new insights into the origins of these compounds and their potential role in seeding ...

Hubble Captures a Galactic Dance | NASA Hubble Space Telescope on Flickr

Ultralight Dark Matter Waves Could Solve the 'Final Parsec Problem' and Accelerate the Merging of SMBHBs

Mon Nov 06 2023

New research suggests ultralight dark matter waves could solve the 'final parsec problem' and speed up the merging of supermassive black holes.

New planetary-mass object found in quadruple system | European Southern Observatory on Flickr

NA-SODINN Deep Learning Algorithm for Detecting Exoplanets

Thu Oct 26 2023

New Deep Learning Algorithm NA-SODINN Improves Detection of Exoplanets in High-Contrast Images, Paving the Way for Groundbreaking Discoveries.

Artist’s illustration of galaxy with jets from a supermassive black hole | Hubble ESA on Flickr

Polarized X-Rays Detected Emanating From Black Hole for First Time

Sun Oct 01 2023

New research reveals exciting insight into the geometry of black hole emission and accretion, shedding light on their enigmatic nature.

New Insights into Cosmic Ray Composition and Positron Flux in Our Galaxy

Sun Oct 01 2023

New study uncovers insights into cosmic ray composition and positron flux in our galaxy, revealing potential excess of positrons at higher energies.

Artist’s impression of a fast radio burst traveling through space and reaching Earth | European Southern Observatory on Flickr

Dispersion Measures of Fast Radio Bursts and their Host Galaxies

Mon Sep 25 2023

New research reveals insights into the dispersion measures of fast radio bursts (FRBs) and their host galaxies. #FRBs #Research

NGC 7331, Deer Lick Galaxy Group, Pegasus | Rudy Kokich on Flickr

New Early Dark Energy Model Could Fix Hubble Constant Discrepancy

Sat Sep 09 2023

New research explores early dark energy's role in expanding universe and addresses Hubble constant discrepancies. Valuable insights gained.

Europa - PJ45-2 | Kevin Gill on Flickr

New Research Sheds Light on Mysterious 2.07 μm Absorption Feature on Jupiter's Moon, Europa

Wed Aug 30 2023

New study explains the mysterious 2.07 μm absorption feature on Europa, suggesting it may be formed by radiolytic processes. #Jupiter #Europa

Galaxy JADES-GS-z6 in the GOODS-S field: JADES (NIRCam image) | NASA's James Webb Space Telescope on Flickr

New Research on Boson Stars

Wed Aug 09 2023

New research uncovers potential black hole mimics: self-interacting boson stars with insights into dark matter. #Astrophysics #DarkMatter

Large Hubble Survey Confirms Link between Mergers and Supermassive Black Holes with Relativistic Jets | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on Flickr

Faintest and Closest Optical Tidal Disruption Event Observed

Mon Jul 17 2023

Astronomers discover a faint and close optical tidal disruption event, shedding light on the mysteries of black holes and galaxies.

Hubble Captures a Drifting Galaxy | NASA Hubble Space Telescope on flickr

pysersic: A Powerful Python Package for Studying Galaxy Structural Properties

Fri Jun 30 2023

New Python Package, pysersic, Makes Determining Galaxy Structural Properties Easier