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Astrophysicists hunt for ways to observe the second-closest supermassive black hole

The supermassive black hole is a behemoth that is three million times the mass of the Sun, hosted by the dwarf galaxy Leo I.

UK Government funds £1.84 billion for Earth observation programmes

Discover what the UK Government's £1.84 billion in funding to support the Earth Observation sector means for the UK space industry.

James Webb Space Telescope reveals brand new exoplanet information

The James Webb Space Telescope has revealed a detailed chemical portrait of an exoplanet’s skies, including atoms and molecules.

LIGO: Unravelling the mysteries of the Universe through gravitational wave detection

Discover how the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) Laboratory is advancing gravitational waves research.

Astronomers question whether dying stars can still cause planet formation

Astronomers have discovered that stars, even when near death, can potentially still cause planet formation. Planets are typically not a lot older than the stars...

WASP-189b: an exoplanet with a unique atmosphere

A research team from Lund University succeeded in mapping the atmosphere of WASP-189b, an exoplanet located 322 lightyears from Earth. The exoplanet was first observed in...

Extremely harsh volcanic lake suggests how life might have existed on Mars

Researchers discover that a few specialist microbes found in a volcanic lake can survive conditions similar to those of Mars’ early history. The hydrothermal crater...

Scientists uncover a solar storm whilst investigating ancient ice

A research team from Lund University found evidence of an extreme solar storm when analysing ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica. What have scientists determined...

Scientists reveal liquid water on Mars is likely a mirage

Scientists previously discovered what was believed to be liquid water under Mars’ ice-covered South Pole, however a new study has revealed it is most...

Solar Orbiter spacecraft crosses through the tail of a comet

The UK-built Solar Orbiter spacecraft has crossed through the tail of a comet for the second time in its mission so far. Developed by Airbus...

Scientists reveal the Earth’s mantle is impacted by the Sun and the Moon

A research team led by Anne M. Hofmeister, geophysicist in Arts and Sciences at Washington University, proposes that imbalanced forces and torques in the...

Scientists lead a worldwide search for dark matter

A team of researchers have utilised worldwide network optical magnetometers to gather comprehensive data on the search for dark matter. How did scientists recognise and...

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Astrophysicists hunt for ways to observe the second-closest supermassive black hole

The supermassive black hole is a behemoth that is three million times the mass of the Sun, hosted by the dwarf galaxy Leo I.

UK Government funds £1.84 billion for Earth observation programmes

Discover what the UK Government's £1.84 billion in funding to support the Earth Observation sector means for the UK space industry.

UK Government funds £1.84 billion for Earth observation programmes

Discover what the UK Government's £1.84 billion in funding to support the Earth Observation sector means for the UK space industry.

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