Covid-19 aka ccpvirus climate change is proof that we should all slowly come out of lock down and keep washing your hands and clean your house with the disinfectant… shop wise and use mask with micro filters also keeping your Carbon footprint down on the world use common sense and don’t fly if your live […]Read More Watch “StarTalk Podcast: Coronavirus and Climate Change, with Neil deGrasse Tyson” on YouTube
A typical neutron star with a radius of eleven kilometres is about as large as a medium-sized German city. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center An international research team led by members of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute; AEI) has obtained new measurements of how big neutron stars are. To […]Read More Team obtains the best measurement of neutron star size to date
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe just took the record for the fastest human-made object and the closest object to the sun from… NASA’s Parker Solar Probe. The solar probe, launched in August 2018, is built to withstand the scorching temperatures of the sun’s outer atmosphere, unraveling some of the mysteries lurking within. A suite of four instruments on board […]Read More NASA solar probe smashes two wild records as it approaches the sunGotta go fast.
Every major galaxy is home to a supermassive black hole, and our own Milky Way is no exception. Astronomers recently found something unexpected near this massive object — 4 mysterious objects, each similar to a pair of bizarre bodies spotted in recent years in this same region of the galaxy. Our local supermassive black hole, […]Read More Scientists have discovered strange objects orbiting our galaxy’s black hole
An ordinary-looking star system, barely visible in the night sky, appears to have a very bright future in store – and if astronomers’ predictions are right, some of us might even be around to see it… More about this article in link… https://www.sciencealert.com/this-innocent-looking-star-is-doomed-to-explode-and-you-might-be-alive-to-see-itRead More Astronomers Detect a Binary Star Set to Explode, And You Might Be Alive to See It