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Micronovae – a new kind of stellar explosion discovered

A team of astronomers, with the help of the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (ESO’s VLT), have observed a new type of stellar...

More than 4.4 million galaxies revealed in a new map

A very dynamic picture of our Universe.

Shedding light on axion dark matter

A theoretical review in a new study strongly supports the search for axion dark matter.

Sun’s magnetic field lines get tangled over time with sun’s rotation

Unraveling the knotty problem of the Sun’s activity.

Previous ice loss events caused sea levels to rise around 3.6 meters per century

Melting ice sheets caused sea levels to rise up to 18 metre.

Hearing the dead person? Here’s what research says

The findings could explain why some people eventually adopt spiritualist beliefs.

Understanding how the Moon might have formed

Supercomputer simulations could unlock mystery of Moon's formation.

Revealing atmosphere loss during planetary collisions

Giant impacts have a wide range of consequences for young planets and their atmospheres.

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