11 days to travel back billions of years The Hubble Deep Field: Looking Back In Time NASA Goddard435 views Aug 2, 2021 The Hubble Space Telescope has made over 1.5 million observations since its launch in 1990, capturing stunning subjects such as the Eagle Nebula and producing data that has been featured in almost 18,000 […]Read More Looking Deep in space Hubble Space Telescope and time traveling
NGC 2336 is the quintessential galaxy — big, beautiful and blue — and it is captured here by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The barred spiral galaxy stretches an immense 200,000 light-years across and is located approximately 100 million light years away in the northern constellation of Camelopardalis (The Giraffe). Its spiral arms are glittered […]Read More Big, Beautiful and Blue: Hubble Captures Immense Galaxy That Stretches 200,000 Light-Years Across
Published on Feb 2, 2021What are some skywatching highlights in February 2021? Find Mars all month after sunset, especially on the night of NASA’s planned rover landing, Feb. 18. Then watch the Moon glide across the Winter Circle before it pays a visit to the bright stars of the constellation Gemini. Additional information about topics […]Read More Watch “What’s Up: February 2021 Skywatching Tips from NASA” on YouTube
New work agrees with older research suggesting the oldest light in the universe – from the most distant galaxy yet known – started its journey toward us 13.77 billion years ago… More about this article in the link below… https://earthsky.org/space/a-new-look-at-the-universes-oldest-lightRead More A new look at the universe’s oldest light | Space | EarthSky
kiss your family hug them NASA, other space agencies, astronomers and even hobbyists spend a lot of time on searching the sky for these so-called near Earth objects (NEOs). They try to deduce their orbit as accurately as possible. Astronomers then rank the objects by impact probability and put them onto a list. You can […]Read More Will an Asteroid Hit Earth in 2022?
In September 2019, His colleague Anna Kapinska gave a presentation showing interesting objects she’d found while browsing our new radio astronomical data. She had started noticing very weird shapes she couldn’t fit easily to any known type of object. Among them, labeled by Anna as WTF?, was a picture of a ghostly circle of radio […]Read More ‘WTF?’: Newly Discovered Ghostly Circles in the Sky Can’t Be Explained by Current Theories, and Astronomers Are Excited
A very rare astronomical phenomenon has been in the headlines a lot recently, and for good reason. It will be hundreds of years until we can see Jupiter and Saturn this close to one another again. However, there are some even more “truly strange and very rare phenomena” that can currently be observed in our […]Read More One of the Largest, Most Complete Einstein Rings Ever Seen. Astronomers Call it the “Molten Ring” | Universe Today
Old news is better than no news… The Hubble Space Telescope turned 30 this year, and for the occasion, it’s sharing a present with you. NASA has just released dozens of newly processed Hubble images featuring 30 dazzling galaxies, sparkling star clusters, and ethereal nebulae… More about this Great article in the link below… https://scitechdaily.com/hubble-space-telescope-releases-images-of-30-celestial-gems-for-30th-anniversary/Read More Hubble Space Telescope Releases Images of 30 Celestial Gems For 30th Anniversary
In April of 1990, our Universe opened up to us in a whole new way. That’s when the Hubble Space Telescope was launched and deployed, the most powerful space telescope ever created. Although the instrument got off to a bumpy start, Hubble has, as of April this year, been in operation for a full three […]Read More Lose Yourself in 50 Breathtaking New Images Released For The Hubble Anniversary
The Universe is a mysterious place. We don’t know why it exists, and there are a lot of unanswered questions as to the how. But what if it was created, on purpose, by an intelligent entity? Is there some way we could find out? More about this article in the link below… https://www.sciencealert.com/is-there-a-message-from-the-universe-s-creator-in-the-cosmic-microwave-background/ampRead More An Astronomer Has Searched The Universe For a Potential Message From Its Creator
Astronomers have mapped about a million previously undiscovered galaxies beyond the Milky Way, in the most detailed survey of the southern sky ever carried out using radio waves. The Rapid ASKAP Continuum Survey (or RACS) has placed the CSIRO’s Australian SKA Pathfinder radio telescope (ASKAP) firmly on the international astronomy map. While past surveys have […]Read More We’ve mapped a million previously undiscovered galaxies beyond the Milky Way. Take the virtual tour here.
The green streaks only last for 30 seconds, then vanish. What are they? The mysterious, aurora-like phenomenon called STEVE just got a little weirder. If you don’t know STEVE (short for Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement) by name, you may know it from photos. Unlike the infamous Southern and Northern Lights, which blanket the sky […]Read More STEVE is smearing green ‘streaks’ across the sky, and nobody knows why | Live Science
Jonathan Tennenbaum: The Big Bang is probably the most famous scientific theory since Einstein’s relativity. The Big Bang theory says that our Universe began with a gigantic explosion, about 14 billion years ago, and has been expanding and cooling down ever since… Read More about this article in the link below… https://asiatimes.com/2020/11/the-big-bang-never-happened-but-fusion-will/Read More The Big Bang never happened but fusion will – Asia Times
Two new studies from the University of Melbourne will help the largest, most powerful and complex space telescope ever built to uncover galaxies never before seen by humanity. The papers are published in The Astrophysical Journal and the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society and show that NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, scheduled for launch late next year, will reveal […]Read More Research Shows NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Will Reveal Hidden Galaxies
While appearing as a delicate and light veil draped across the sky, this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope actually depicts a small section of the Cygnus supernova blast wave, located around 2,400 light-years away. The name of the supernova remnant comes from its position in the northern constellation of Cygnus (the Swan), where […]Read More Hubble Views Edge of Stellar Blast | NASA