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Astronomers Find One of The Rarest Galaxies in the Universe

The Subaru Telescope has been used by Japanese astronomers as part of a global strategic program called the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program (HSC-SSP) to detect a new polar ring galaxy. Polar-ring galaxies have an outer ring of gas and stars that rotate over their poles. Apparently, polar rings form …

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James Webb Spots Sand-Like Clouds on Distant Alien World

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has detected clouds made of sand-like substances on a faraway planet. The James Webb Space Telescope continues to unravel the mysteries of the universe, and this time, it has helped scientists better understand brown dwarfs. Scientists have detected silicate clouds directly in a brown …

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Cosmic Collision Gives Clues Why Galaxies Stop Making Stars

Over six billion years ago, two galaxies collided, throwing millions of light years away a stream of gas. The University of Pittsburgh has published a study that reveals how an unusual feature may help explain why galaxies stop forming stars. A central question in astronomy is why the biggest galaxies …

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MANUFATTI SCITI DELL’ETA’ DEL BRONZO RINVENUTI A BILSK, UCRAINA

Per leggere questo articolo occorrono 3 minuti Un team di archeologi guidati da Ihor Korost, direttore della Bilsk Historical and Cultural Reserve, ha recentemente scoperto a Bilsk, in Ucraina, un consistente deposito di punte di freccia, fuseruole e frammenti di ceramica che risalgono a un periodo compreso tra la fine …

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Artemis I Launch Called off for Second Time

Another launch called off, and NASA has kick-started its Artemis program with difficulties, it seems. As revealed by some experts, the next launch attempt for Artemis I is unlikely to occur until later in the year. An update from NASA suggests the agency will not launch Artemis I until Tuesday, …

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