The galaxy devoid of dark matter

The finding that DF2 obviously has hardly any, if any, dark matter captured the scientists off guard due to the fact that it is the very first galaxy ever... Read more »

Practice time-lapse with new gear – wrong end of the milky way [3840×2560]

Practice time-lapse with brand-new equipment – incorrect end of the galaxy [3840×2560] Read more »

NASA satellite gets an eye-opening look at Super Typhoon Jelawat

IMAGE: On March 30 at 12: 12 a.m. EDT (0412 UTC) NASA-NOAA’s Suomi NPP satellite recorded a noticeable picture of Super Hurricane Jelawat that plainly revealed an eye had... Read more »

TRAPPIST-1 system may have too much water to support life

Hope was sparked in the science neighborhood when scientists found that 3 of the 7 Earth-size worlds orbiting TRAPPIST-1, a cool red dwarf about 40 light-years from Earth, are... Read more »

Dark matter goes missing in oddball galaxy

Galaxies and dark matter fit like peanut butter and jelly. You generally do not discover one without the other. For that reason, scientists were shocked when they discovered a... Read more »

Penn State participates in consortium to demonstrate remote monitoring of nuclear reactors

Penn State scientists will take part in a brand-new global multi-laboratory and multi-university cooperation led by Lawrence Livermore National Lab (LLNL) that utilizes the uncommon attributes of the evasive... Read more »

Before and After that Famous Footprint

Prior To and After that Famous Footprint Read more »

James Webb will now launch in 2020

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is among the most extremely expected observatories amongst astronomers. This infrared space telescope will reinvent our capability to find and identify exoplanets, study... Read more »

Unresolved puzzles in exotic nuclei

Research study into the origin of components is still of terrific interest. Numerous unsteady atomic nuclei live enough time to be able to act as targets for more nuclear... Read more »

NASA tracks a weaker comma-shaped Tropical Cyclone Marcus

IMAGE: NASA’s Aqua satellite passed over Marcus on March 23 at 3 am EDT (0700 UTC) and discovered cloud leading temperature levels as cold or cooler than minus 70... Read more »