IAU General Assembly 2018 hosts public astronomy events in Vienna

The2018 General Assembly will happen from 20-31August 2018 at the Austria Center Vienna in the main European city of Vienna,Austria This conference, which happens every 3 years, will invite... Read more »

New family photos of Mars and Saturn from Hubble

IMAGE: This image reveals the current observations of the worlds Mars and Saturn made with the NASA/ESA Hubble SpaceTelescope The observations of both items were made in June and... Read more »

A dozen new moons of Jupiter discovered, including one ‘oddball’

Washington, DC–Twelvenew moons orbiting Jupiter have actually been discovered–11″normal” external moons, and one that they’re calling an “oddball.” This brings Jupiter’s overall number of understood moons to a tremendous... Read more »

Laser experiments lend insight into metal core at heart of the Earth

Scientists have actually found fresh insights into the metal core at the centre of our world. The findings might help understanding of how the Earth was formed from aspects... Read more »

Fragment of impacting asteroid recovered in Botswana

OnSaturday, June 23, 2018, a group of specialists from Botswana, South Africa, Finland and the United States of America recovered a fresh meteorite in Botswana ´ s(********************************************************************************************************************************* )(********************************************************************************************** )(***************************************************************************************************************... Read more »

New mystery discovered regarding active asteroid Phaethon

IMAGE: The FATE+ objective is set up to examinePhaethon view more  Credit: NAOJ Based on a new research study of how near-Earthasteroid Phaethon shows light at various angles, astronomers... Read more »

Hunting molecules to find new planets

IMAGE: The world ends up being noticeable when trying to find WATER or COmolecules However, as there is no CH4 nor NH3 in its environment, it stays invisble when... Read more »

Engineers solve excessive heat removal from NASA’s Webb Telescope

How will NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope shed the heat created by its science instruments and their supporting electronic devices? To anybody who is not an engineer or researcher,... Read more »

NASA funds Rutgers scientists’ pursuit of the origins of life

IMAGE: Iron- and sulfur-containing minerals discovered on the early Earth (greigite, left, is one example) share an extremely comparable molecular structure with metals discovered in contemporary proteins (ferredoxin, right,... Read more »

Supercomputer astronomy: The next generation

IMAGE: With a theoretical peak efficiency of 3.087 petaflops, ATERUI II is the world’s fastest supercomputer for astrophysical simulations. view more  Credit: NAOJ ProfessorEiichiro Kokubo, the CfCA Project Director... Read more »