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James Webb Telescope captures Universe’s oldest globular clusters

Images obtained by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) have unearthed the oldest globular clusters in the Universe.

Exploring the formation of volcanic exoplanets 

A group of Cornell researchers have modelled and synthesised lava in the laboratory to discover how volcanic exoplanets are formed. 

NASA’s DART mission: The importance of planetary defence

There has been a recent breakthrough in NASA’s DART mission, highlighting the importance of planetary defence systems.

UK Space Agency awards two projects £4m to combat space junk

The UK Space Agency is financing two UK-based companies – ClearSpace and Astroscale – £4m to tackle hazardous space junk.

Unconventional exoplanet has been discovered

Researchers have discovered a sub-Neptune exoplanet that is orbiting a red dwarf star with an irregular orbit. An international research team from the University of...

Cutting-edge model reveals our solar system formed from rings

Scientists SwRI have developed a groundbreaking model that has potentially unveiled the formation of our solar system.

Supernovae and life on Earth are seemingly connected 

Researchers discover a remarkable link between the number of nearby exploding stars, called supernovae, and life on Earth.  New evidence demonstrates a close connection between...

Liquid metal experiment provides insight into the Sun’s corona

Scientists were able to create a liquid metal experiment to uncover the mystery regarding the high temperatures reached by the Sun’s corona. The Sun’s corona At...

Astronomers create new method to understand galaxy evolution

Astronomers at The University of Toledo established the star formation history of a post-starburst galaxy using its cluster population to understand galaxy evolution. The University...

Novel study indicates that Mars habitability restricted by its small size

A new study conducted by Washington University in St. Louis suggests that the habitability of Mars is limited by its small size, which means it cannot hold large amounts of water.

Machine-learning algorithm revolutionises the classification of galaxies

Astronomers have devised an innovative machine-learning algorithm that can effectively classify tens of thousands of galaxies in mere seconds.

Revealing the enigmatic evolution of the surface of Mars

In the first study of its kind, world-leading researchers have potentially uncovered the mysterious processes that forged the surface of Mars.

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Exploring the formation of volcanic exoplanets 

A group of Cornell researchers have modelled and synthesised lava in the laboratory to discover how volcanic exoplanets are formed. 

James Webb Telescope captures Universe’s oldest globular clusters

Images obtained by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) have unearthed the oldest globular clusters in the Universe.

UK Space Agency awards two projects £4m to combat space junk

The UK Space Agency is financing two UK-based companies – ClearSpace and Astroscale – £4m to tackle hazardous space junk.

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