Friday, March 31, 2023

Nature Astronomy

Astronomers identified unknown class water-rich asteroids

Small planets originate from the edge of our solar system.

There are, in fact, four types of planetary systems

These four classes are 'similar', 'ordered', 'anti-ordered,' and 'mixed'.

Darkest ever view of a dense interstellar cloud

The observations have revealed the composition of a virtual treasure chest of ices from the early universe.

Ryugu asteroid could help us learn about how the solar system formed

Understanding the chemical composition of our solar system as it existed in its infancy.

40-year research reveals puzzling patterns in Jupiter’s temperature

Based partly on data from generations of NASA missions, the work could help predict weather on Jupiter.

Scientists discovered web-like plasma structures in the Sun’s middle corona

The findings could lead to a better understanding of the solar wind’s origins.

Measuring Gamma-Ray Bursts’ hidden energy reveals clues to the evolution of the universe

It offers valuable information on the physical conditions of objects.

Unraveling the mystery of the Milky Way’s satellite galaxies

Astronomers have solved an outstanding problem that challenged our understanding of how the Universe evolved.

NASA finds evidence that two water worlds orbiting a red dwarf star

Two exoplanets may be mostly water.

NASA captured a revolutionary Gamma-Ray Burst

A game-changing cosmic explosion.

Giant mantle plume suggests Mars is more active than previously believed

The presence of an enormous mantle plume pushes the surface of Mars upward.

An extraordinary flash from a black hole pointing straight toward Earth

The observations could illuminate how supermassive black holes feed and grow.

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