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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.

What can seismic waves reveal about Mars’ crust?

Using the NASA InSight mission’s seismometer, a research team have witnessed seismic waves travelling along Mars’ surface for the first time.

Fresh meteorite impact craters discovered on Mars 

The largest fresh meteorite impact craters have been discovered on Mars since NASA began scouring the planet for them 16 years ago.

NASA-funded rocket engine project propels space travel to new heights

A $50,000 NASA-funded project will pioneer the fastest rocket engine to date, an advancement that will revolutionise future space missions.

Have astronomers discovered the lightest-ever neutron star?

Using X-ray telescopes in space, astronomers have discovered a potential neutron star nestled in the centre of a supernova remnant.

Ancient bacteria have the potential to survive on Mars’ harsh surface

The study of ancient bacteria from Mars indicates that when buried just below the planet's surface, it can survive for millions of years.

Artemis I: A mission to the Moon

As NASA's first Artemis mission to the Moon prepares to launch, ESA's Philippe Deloo explores the organisation's involvement in the mission.

Could distant planets be fit for human habitation?

In the midst of Earth's climate crisis, scientists have analysed whether distant planets may be suitable for human habitation.

New discovery could reduce the number of potentially habitable planets

Potentially habitable planets might be rarer than we think due to the discovery of an Earth-like planet with no atmosphere.

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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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