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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.

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.

The Milky Way is more unique than we previously thought

A team of astronomers has found that the Milky Way is too big for its cosmological wall, something yet to be seen in other galaxies.

Energy output of active galactic nuclei underestimated by scientists

Active galactic nuclei are even more powerful than previously thought, as a study has revealed that dust dimming was not take into account.

Unusual stellar explosion will expand our understanding of stars

Research discovered a stellar explosion rich in oxygen and magnesium, increasing our understanding of the later life of massive stars.

Pair of black holes are the closest to colliding ever witnessed

Two black holes are on course for collision, being the closest to a cataclysmic meeting scientists have ever seen. 

Wandering stars found to exist billions of years ago

Astronomers have used NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to shed light on the mystery of wandering star formation.

ESA launch special Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer pre-launch event

The ESA has announced that the Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer mission will be celebrated at an event in Toulouse on 20 January next year.

Astronomers develop new way to analyse red giant stars

Red giant stars, dying stars that are in the final stages of stellar evolution, often experience glitches deep inside their inner core.

Two exoplanets may be mostly water

Astronomers from the University of Montreal have discovered that two exoplanets may be comprised of mostly water.

First galactic fingerprint unveiled with robotic sky scanner

A major telescope upgrade has revealed the first galactic spectra 280 million light-years away from Earth.

Unique gamma-ray burst defies current formation theories

A long-duration gamma-ray burst, observed in 2021, has forced scientists to create a new model for certain type of bursts.

Active mantle plume indicates Mars is more active than previously thought

An enormous mantle plume beneath Mars' surface is thought to be the cause of intense volcanic and seismic activity.

Cosmic rays reveal influence of solar cycle at Mars and Venus

Cosmic rays hidden in spacecraft data can be used to showcase the influence of the Sun’s activity across our inner Solar System.

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