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Northumbria University solar storm project awarded £500,000 to develop AI prediction system

A £500,000 Northumbria University project will develop an Artificial Intelligence solar storm forecasting system.

Observing variations in soft X-ray signals

Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have used numerical methods to model the variations observed in soft X-ray signals.

Space weather causes understood with 3cm glass sphere innovation

Learn about a groundbreaking new method developed to understand space weather that only requires a 3cm glass sphere.

Asteroid discovery could assist with planetary defence strategies

In a Curtin University-led study into an asteroid, potential ways to save the planet if one ever hurtled toward Earth have been revealed.

New data on speed in which Universe is expanding

Determining how rapidly the Universe is expanding is key to our cosmic fate, however, the current data is conflicting with previous estimates.

The mysterious origins of solar-mass black holes

Scientists led by the KIPMU have established the origins of solar-mass black holes and their connection to dark matter.

Best chance of studying rocky planet atmospheres outside our solar system

A newly discovered planet could be our best chance of studying rocky planet atmospheres to determine their habitability.

Measuring the temperature of red supergiants

Scientists have developed a method to determine the surface temperatures of red supergiants to help astrophysicists study their lifecycle.

New images of space debris allow scientists to prevent space collisions

Scientists ihave developed a method of taking images of space debris, which could help space agencies prevent future collisions.

Novel observation method shows promise in imaging Earth-like planets

New technique for reducing light interference during telescope observations enables imaging of Earth-like planets in nearby solar systems.

Juno space probe detects extremely bright meteoroid explosion

Researchers have identified a bright flash, detected by the Juno space probe above Jupiter's clouds, as a bolide, a meteoroid explosion.

Milky Way could contain many planets like Earth

Researchers predict that there are likely many planets like Earth that have formed around other stars in the Milky Way.

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Asteroid discovery could assist with planetary defence strategies

In a Curtin University-led study into an asteroid, potential ways to save the planet if one ever hurtled toward Earth have been revealed.

Northumbria University solar storm project awarded £500,000 to develop AI prediction system

A £500,000 Northumbria University project will develop an Artificial Intelligence solar storm forecasting system.

Exciting new 3D invention can target and remove space junk

Norwegian company SINTEF is developing a new 3D robot that explores the surface of planets and identifies space junk.

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