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Some Black Holes Might Be Made Of Collapsed Universes
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Some Black Holes Might Be Made Of Collapsed Universes

A new theory proposes that primordial black holes – black holes that formed at the beginning of our universe –…
10 Incredible Astronomical Discoveries Of 2020 You May Have Missed
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10 Incredible Astronomical Discoveries Of 2020 You May Have Missed

As bad as it was, 2020 is almost over. While our lives and daily routines changed completely this year and…
Astronomers Map One Million Previously Unknown Galaxies
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Astronomers Map One Million Previously Unknown Galaxies

Astronomers have found at least one million new, previously unknown galaxies in the universe. They are calling it the biggest…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the First Human To Journey Into Outer Space
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the First Human To Journey Into Outer Space

Quite a lot of astronauts have travelled into space ever since we started building rockets and spacecraft. However, only a…
Survey of Milky Way Galaxy Unveils “Fingerprint” of 250 Million Stars in Massive Image
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Survey of Milky Way Galaxy Unveils “Fingerprint” of 250 Million Stars in Massive Image

During the clear and especially moonless nights of July, August, and September, a milky-white stripe surrounds the sky and catches…
The Curious Case of Time Travel, Parallel Universes, and Alternate Dimensions
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The Curious Case of Time Travel, Parallel Universes, and Alternate Dimensions

Why is time travel so complicated, and is it even possible? Are there other universes in “space” apart from ours,…
Here Are the Astronomical Events You Shouldn’t Miss in the Next 10 Days
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Here Are the Astronomical Events You Shouldn’t Miss in the Next 10 Days

October has proven to be quite a month for skygazers. The Month started with the Full Hunters Moon and Mercury…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Nicolaus Copernicus
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Nicolaus Copernicus

Back in the 1500s, science was considered a taboo mainly because certain theories contradicted the bible. People who sought scientific…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Galileo Galilei
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Galileo Galilei

Galileo Galilei was one of the finest astronomers that walked planet earth. He introduced multiple concepts and theories that helped…
10 Things You Should Know About ’51 Pegasi B’ the First Extrasolar Planet Discovered by Man
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10 Things You Should Know About ’51 Pegasi B’ the First Extrasolar Planet Discovered by Man

There are over 200 billion planets in the Milky Way. Moreover, over 100 billion galaxies have been discovered so far;…
Mars will Outhsine Jupiter this Month in a Cosmic Event That Won’t Repeat Until 2035
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Mars will Outhsine Jupiter this Month in a Cosmic Event That Won’t Repeat Until 2035

Mars will be closer to our planet and will look brighter than Jupiter and Sirius, in a spectacular cosmic phenomenon…
Here Are 5 Stunning Astronomical Events You Shouldn’t Miss In October
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Here Are 5 Stunning Astronomical Events You Shouldn’t Miss In October

A few months ago I purchased my first “professional” camera and started taking photographs. I am the very definition of…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Ancient Astronomical Complex of Chanquillo
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Ancient Astronomical Complex of Chanquillo

The thirteen towers of Chanquillo are considered the oldest astronomical complex in the Americas. Thousands of years ago, complex cultures…
Jupiter, a “Solar System” of its Own: 600 Moons Likely Orbit the Gas Giant
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Jupiter, a “Solar System” of its Own: 600 Moons Likely Orbit the Gas Giant

Of all the planets in the solar system, Jupiter is one of my favorites. Not just because of its behemoth…
Astronomers Observe a Quantum Phenomena Theorized 90 Years Ago
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Astronomers Observe a Quantum Phenomena Theorized 90 Years Ago

Johns Hopkins University astrophysicists have developed a method for observing a quantum phenomenon theorized 90 years ago, using data from…
Thermonuclear Explosion Sends Supernova-Surviving Star Speeding Across the Galaxy
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Thermonuclear Explosion Sends Supernova-Surviving Star Speeding Across the Galaxy

A study has revealed that an exploding white dwarf star has blasted itself out of its orbit with another star…
Scientists Need To Revise the Standard Model of the Universe After New Calculations
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Scientists Need To Revise the Standard Model of the Universe After New Calculations

The “standard model” that describes the fundamental nature of the Universe is in need of an urgent revision after a…
The Beating Heart of A Black Hole Persists 13 Years After First Observations
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The Beating Heart of A Black Hole Persists 13 Years After First Observations

The first heartbeat of a black hole persists even thirteen years later, and we are once again left baffled by…
Alien Signals? A Cosmic Radio Signal Follows a Regular 157-Day Pattern
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Alien Signals? A Cosmic Radio Signal Follows a Regular 157-Day Pattern

The more we explore our universe, the more we understand an incredibly complex and mysterious system we live in. The…
Astronomers Reveal Greater Chances of Finding Young Earth-Like Planets
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Astronomers Reveal Greater Chances of Finding Young Earth-Like Planets

The exact number of planets in the universe is perhaps something we will never know. Our understanding of distant exoplanets…
Black Holes and Holograms: A New Theory That Changes Our Understanding of the Universe
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Black Holes and Holograms: A New Theory That Changes Our Understanding of the Universe

Scientists essentially theorize that Black Holes are kind of like holograms, in which all the information to produce a three-dimensional…
Astronomers Reveal “Miniature” Solar System and the Youngest Rocky Planets Ever Found
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Astronomers Reveal “Miniature” Solar System and the Youngest Rocky Planets Ever Found

Astronomers have reported discovering what is considered a “miniaturized” solar system and another star system home to some of the…
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