A tumultuous future for the Milky Way: Study

As seen from the Earth, the Milky Way looks like a long white stripe, luminous and diffuse. Since humanity exists, it is there, peaceful and unchanged. This situation is only calm before the storm. Galaxies frequently collide with each other. Our Milky Way is no…

New World on Edge of our Solar System discovered by Scientists

After many decades of star gazing, it often seems impossible to find new information about outer space. Fortunately, our scientists continue to amaze the world with new findings, including a new world close to our solar system. It is actually the second planet confirmed in…

NASA probe survives the furthest exploration of human history

NASA celebrated the New Year with the historic New Horizons spacecraft survey of the world’s farthest and perhaps the oldest surviving celestial object, Ultima Thule, located some 6.4 billion kilometers from the Earth, hoping to learn more about planet formation. A series of eagerly awaited…

There are planets made of sapphires and rubies

A collaboration of researchers from the University of Zurich and Cambridge, studying the formation of exoplanets, may have discovered a new class of exotic exoplanet that would be part of HD219134 b. This exoplanet located in the constellation Cassiopeia is 21 light-years from Earth and…

A mysterious supernova caught in Kepler’s last days

The Kepler Space Telescope mission ended in October, but the analysis of its latest data continues to reveal a wealth of information, not only for researchers looking for new exoplanets, but also for supernovas specialists. Images taken on February 4th by the Kepler Space Telescope…

A clock so precise that it can measure gravity

To measure the time at the limits of physics, scientists perfected atomic clocks that already possessed remarkable precision.¬†Their new variant of these devices has a stability so great that it can measure the distortions of space-time. Our modern world is obsessed with the passage of…