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Neutron Stars and Other "Outrageous" Objects and Adventures in Science - Scientific American
Neutron Stars and Other "Outrageous" Objects and Adventures in Science  Scientific American

“The most outrageous object that most people have never heard of,” as one scientist calls it, is the subject of our cover story—and, to my mind at least, such ...


'River of Stars' Streaming Through the Milky Way Was Hiding in Plain Sight for 1 Billion Years - Live Science
'River of Stars' Streaming Through the Milky Way Was Hiding in Plain Sight for 1 Billion Years  Live Science

This cluster of stars has been visible for a long time, but scientists only just now realized they're part of the same cosmic river.


Sloan Foundation taps 19 UC faculty as rising stars in science - University of California
Sloan Foundation taps 19 UC faculty as rising stars in science  University of California

UC leads colleges and universities in the number of recipients of this year's distinguished annual award.


A nearby river of stars - Science Daily
A nearby river of stars  Science Daily

Astronomers have found a river of stars, a stellar stream in astronomical parlance, covering most of the southern sky. The stream is relatively nearby and ...


Confirming a source of the process behind auroras and the formation of stars - Science Daily
Confirming a source of the process behind auroras and the formation of stars  Science Daily

Feature describes the first fully kinetic model of plasma particles showing that fast reconnection can indeed occur in partially ionized plasma.


Astronomers Have Detected a Previously Unnoticed 'River of Stars' Flowing Past Earth - ScienceAlert
Astronomers Have Detected a Previously Unnoticed 'River of Stars' Flowing Past Earth  ScienceAlert

If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, next time you get the opportunity, go outside and look at the night sky. Most of that celestial plain is covered in a star ...


What's killing sea stars? - Popular Science
What's killing sea stars?  Popular Science

More than 20 species of sea stars—including the sunflower star, a keystone predator with a wide range—have been ravaged by a poorly-understood ailment ...


Astronomers Traverse the Globe to Shadow "Lucky Stars" - Scientific American
Astronomers Traverse the Globe to Shadow "Lucky Stars"  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...


Stunning New Map of the Milky Way Shows 800 Million Stars, Galaxies and Near-Earth Asteroids - Live Science
Stunning New Map of the Milky Way Shows 800 Million Stars, Galaxies and Near-Earth Asteroids  Live Science

At first, it looks like a planet: dark, snow-speckled and slashed down the center by a deep red scar. But zoom in a little closer, and you realize you're looking at ...


Asteroid tracker: Asteroid big enough to BLOCK OUT STARS will pass TOMORROW - Express.co.uk
Asteroid tracker: Asteroid big enough to BLOCK OUT STARS will pass TOMORROW  Express.co.uk

AN ASTEROID big enough to obscure parts of the starlit sky will dash past the Earth in the wee morning hours tomorrow, asteroid trackers have revealed.


'Happy Death Day 2U' Stars on Switching Genres for Sequel - Watch - Hollywood Reporter
'Happy Death Day 2U' Stars on Switching Genres for Sequel - Watch  Hollywood Reporter

Christopher Landon follows up his 2017 surprise breakout hit 'Happy Death Day,' in which Theresa “Tree” Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) finds herself in a time loop ...


Solar flare '10 billion times more powerful' than Earth's Sun blasted out of Orion's sword - Fox News
Solar flare '10 billion times more powerful' than Earth's Sun blasted out of Orion's sword  Fox News

In November 2016, astronomers watched a young star some 1500 light-years away from Earth belch out an explosion of plasma and radiation that was roughly ...


Scientists Single Out a Suspect in Starfish Carnage: Warming Oceans - The New York Times
Scientists Single Out a Suspect in Starfish Carnage: Warming Oceans  The New York Times

A new study sheds light on a huge die-off of starfish along the Pacific Coast from Mexico to Alaska.


IAB Rising Stars: The Trade Desk's Riddhima Minocha says programmatic is like marrying art with science - The Drum
IAB Rising Stars: The Trade Desk's Riddhima Minocha says programmatic is like marrying art with science  The Drum

The IAB SEA+India Programmatic Committee returns in 2019 with its search for the industry's brightest talents behind the technology. Find out how these ...


How cosmic events give insight into fundamental properties of matter - Science Daily
How cosmic events give insight into fundamental properties of matter  Science Daily

The option to measure the gravitational waves of two merging neutron stars has offered the chance to answer some of the fundamental questions about the ...


Where is Earth's submoon? Planets orbit stars and moons orbit planets, so it was natural to ask if smaller moons could orbit larger ones - Science Daily
Where is Earth's submoon? Planets orbit stars and moons orbit planets, so it was natural to ask if smaller moons could orbit larger ones  Science Daily

Juna Kollmeier and Sean Raymond kicked off an internet firestorm late last year when they posted a draft of their article about submoons on a preprint server.


NASA launches team of experts dedicated to finding alien life - Daily Mail
NASA launches team of experts dedicated to finding alien life  Daily Mail

Center for Life Detection Science (CLDS) will be based in Mountain View, California and will tackle the question, 'Are we alone?' and NASA claims science may ...


Disease epidemic and a marine heat wave are associated with the continental-scale collapse of a pivotal predator (Pycnopodia helianthoides) - Science Advances
Disease epidemic and a marine heat wave are associated with the continental-scale collapse of a pivotal predator (Pycnopodia helianthoides)  Science Advances

Multihost infectious disease outbreaks have endangered wildlife, causing extinction of frogs and endemic birds, and widespread declines of bats, corals, and ...


Unicorns, mermaids, and dragons: The stars of the Academy of Natural Sciences' latest exhibit - Philly.com
Unicorns, mermaids, and dragons: The stars of the Academy of Natural Sciences' latest exhibit  Philly.com

A bright-pink kraken with long, lanky tentacles and a head the size of a small child greets visitors to the Academy of Natural Sciences' newest exhibit. Step past ...


Novel experiment validates widely speculated mechanism behind the formation of stars - Science Daily
Novel experiment validates widely speculated mechanism behind the formation of stars  Science Daily

A new article describes the use of the Magnetorotational Instability Experiment to confirm an important mechanism involved in star formation.


Cave paintings reveal ancient Europeans’ knowledge of the stars - BBC Focus Magazine
Cave paintings reveal ancient Europeans’ knowledge of the stars  BBC Focus Magazine

Cave art suggests that ancient people had a good grasp of the night sky, and drew images of animals to depict constellations.


Massive Starfish Die-Off Is Tied To Global Warming - NPR
Massive Starfish Die-Off Is Tied To Global Warming  NPR

Sea stars along the Pacific Coast are dying in the largest disease epidemic ever documented in a wild marine species. New research suggests warmer water is ...


Brisbane reaches for the stars with World Science Festival 2019 lineup - Brisbane Times
Brisbane reaches for the stars with World Science Festival 2019 lineup  Brisbane Times

The program for the 2019 World Science Festival Brisbane has its sights firmly set on the heavens, with two NASA astronauts to join astrophysicist and event ...


Bubbles of brand new stars - Science Daily
Bubbles of brand new stars  Science Daily

This dazzling region of newly forming stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) was captured by the Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer instrument (MUSE) on ...


Stars shrouded in iron dust - EurekAlert
Stars shrouded in iron dust  EurekAlert

The Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC) has participated in a study which has discovered a group of stars very poor in metals and shrouded in a high ...


5 contestants with Chicago ties competing in 'Jeopardy' all-stars tournament - Chicago Tribune
5 contestants with Chicago ties competing in 'Jeopardy' all-stars tournament  Chicago Tribune

Five of the 18 elite “Jeopardy” players competing in the “Jeopardy All-Star Games” have ties to the Chicago area. The team tournament is scheduled to begin ...


Movie star River Phoenix left musical mark in Alabama - AL.com
Movie star River Phoenix left musical mark in Alabama  AL.com

Outside record producer Rick Rubin's Hollywood Hills home, drummer Josh Greenbaum sat in a silver Volvo with his friend and bandmate River Phoenix, the ...


Cluster of 'super-Earths' found hiding in dust - sciencefocus.com
Cluster of 'super-Earths' found hiding in dust  sciencefocus.com

Astronomers spotted gaps in the dusty discs around stars that can only be filled by planets.


LIGO gravitational waves: Black hole detectors to get upgrade - BBC News
LIGO gravitational waves: Black hole detectors to get upgrade  BBC News

The UK and US governments announce a £25m project to improve the sensitivity of the LIGO facilities.


Curious to take a peek into the universe? Sharjah Centre for Astronomy and Space Sciences is the place for you - gulfnews.com
Curious to take a peek into the universe? Sharjah Centre for Astronomy and Space Sciences is the place for you  gulfnews.com

The centre has been exploring the infinite mysteries of the vast cosmic space.


What to expect from the Wizards' return after the All-Star break - NBCSports.com
What to expect from the Wizards' return after the All-Star break  NBCSports.com

The Wizards return from the All-Star break with 24 games remaining in the regular season and hills to climb for a playoff berth. What's working in their favor ...


Space: Scientists discover shape of Milky Way and new massive stars - NEWS.com.au
Space: Scientists discover shape of Milky Way and new massive stars  NEWS.com.au

From a great distance, our Milky Way would look like a thin disc of stars that rotates once every few hundred million years around its central region. Hundreds of ...


Israel aims to be the 4th nation to land on the moon in historic SpaceX launch - Orlando Sentinel
Israel aims to be the 4th nation to land on the moon in historic SpaceX launch  Orlando Sentinel

And if it's successful, the small nation of about 9 million will only be the fourth to successfully deliver a robotic lander to the lunar surface — after the ...


Space discovery: New universe map unearths 300,000 more galaxies - NEWS.com.au
Space discovery: New universe map unearths 300,000 more galaxies  NEWS.com.au

A new map of the night sky published Tuesday charts hundreds of thousands of previously unknown galaxies discovered using a telescope that can detect light ...


Mattel Is Launching Astrophysicist Barbie This Year (an Astronaut, Too!) - Space.com
Mattel Is Launching Astrophysicist Barbie This Year (an Astronaut, Too!)  Space.com

The iconic doll Barbie will look to the heavens as an astrophysicist and astronaut this year in an effort by toy-maker Mattel to inspire young girls into STEM fields.


Star Wars Episode IX: J.J. Abrams announces end of shoot with emotional photo - Polygon
Star Wars Episode IX: J.J. Abrams announces end of shoot with emotional photo  Polygon

Lucasfilm director J.J. Abrams announces that Star Wars: Episode IX has completed shooting, with a photo of Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac in ...


Origin of the Universe: NASA to launch new telescope in 2023 to investigate the universe - India Today
Origin of the Universe: NASA to launch new telescope in 2023 to investigate the universe  India Today

NASA will launch a new space telescope, SPHEREx, in 2023, that could provide a glimpse of the first moments in the history of the universe.


NASA to Explore Early Universe, Origins of Life with SPHEREX - Sky & Telescope
NASA to Explore Early Universe, Origins of Life with SPHEREX  Sky & Telescope

The SPHEREX mission will create multiple surveys of the near-infrared sky that will reveal the origins of life and perhaps the universe itself.


11 Rising Stars of Science - Scientific American
11 Rising Stars of Science  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...


Megapixels: Two stars in a fight to the death - Popular Science
Megapixels: Two stars in a fight to the death  Popular Science

Two stars are locked in a fight to the death a mere 650 light-years from Earth. A new camera system on the Very Large Telescope zoomed in on the action.


Science stars of East Asia - Nature.com
Science stars of East Asia  Nature.com

From artificial intelligence to infectious diseases, top researchers in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan are making big impacts on the ...


Weird Science Stars in Ig Nobel Awards: Watch Live Tonight - Live Science
Weird Science Stars in Ig Nobel Awards: Watch Live Tonight  Live Science

Who will take home this year's Ig Nobels, the world's most unusual science prizes?


Where Will Science Take Us? To the Stars - The New York Times
Where Will Science Take Us? To the Stars  The New York Times

A monthlong visit to observatories in Chile, Hawaii and Los Angeles revealed spellbinding visions of the heavens.


13 Hyperfast, Alien Stars Are Invading the Milky Way - Live Science
13 Hyperfast, Alien Stars Are Invading the Milky Way  Live Science

Have you ever seen a shooting star? No, not a micrometeorite flaring to a crisp in Earth's atmosphere — an actual star, careening out of its orbit at millions of ...


Cold, Dark Stars Lurking in the Universe Could Act Like Single Giant Atoms - Live Science
Cold, Dark Stars Lurking in the Universe Could Act Like Single Giant Atoms  Live Science

Mysterious axion stars, if they exist, could form in as short a period as 10 million years, new computer simulations suggest.


Massive star system primed for intense explosion - Science Magazine
Massive star system primed for intense explosion  Science Magazine

A star system in our galaxy could give us a ringside seat for one of the brightest lightshows in the universe. And, with luck, it won't wipe out all life on our planet.


YouTube's biggest science stars meet in Alabama - AL.com
YouTube's biggest science stars meet in Alabama  AL.com

YouTube helped fund the first ThinkerCon, a gathering of its educational stars and their fans, in Huntsville this weekend.


Thousands of stars turning into crystals - Science Daily
Thousands of stars turning into crystals  Science Daily

The first direct evidence of white dwarf stars solidifying into crystals has been discovered by astronomers, and our skies are filled with them.


How many stars are there in the whole galaxy? - Popular Science
How many stars are there in the whole galaxy?  Popular Science

When you gaze up into the night sky, there are thousands of stars you can see without any help from a telescope. That might sound like a lot. But those stars are ...


A gamma-ray determination of the Universe's star formation history - Science Magazine
A gamma-ray determination of the Universe's star formation history  Science Magazine

How many stars have formed in the Universe, and when did they do so? These fundamental questions are difficult to answer because there are systematic ...


Exploding Stars Helped Kill Earth's Ancient Sea Monsters, New Study Suggests - Live Science
Exploding Stars Helped Kill Earth's Ancient Sea Monsters, New Study Suggests  Live Science

Did an ancient supernova kill the Earth's biggest sharks? A new astrobiology study says such a theory may not be as unlikely as it sounds.


Science stars at Britton - Morgan Hill Times
Science stars at Britton  Morgan Hill Times

Britton Middle School eighth grader Ben Hayes was looking for a good reason to get dirty and play down by the creek. So when it was time to decide on his ...


Watch this sea star bounce to get around - Science Magazine
Watch this sea star bounce to get around  Science Magazine

Some sea stars can coordinate their thousands of “feet” to leap instead of crawl.


A cosmic flare called the 'Cow' may reveal a new way that stars die - Science News
A cosmic flare called the 'Cow' may reveal a new way that stars die  Science News

A burst of light from far away may have been an odd type of exploding star or a white dwarf being eaten by a black hole.


Scientists discover new 'pinwheel' star system: Finding raises new questions about 'star deaths' - Science Daily
Scientists discover new 'pinwheel' star system: Finding raises new questions about 'star deaths'  Science Daily

An international team of scientists has discovered a new, massive star system -- one that also challenges existing theories of how large stars eventually die.


'Silent Sky' tells story of behind-the-scenes science stars - Chicago Tribune
'Silent Sky' tells story of behind-the-scenes science stars  Chicago Tribune

Would you sacrifice one part of life for another? That's just what women like Henrietta Leavitt did at the dawn of the 20th century. And by doing so, made history.


Neutron stars may contain the universe's strongest material - Science News
Neutron stars may contain the universe's strongest material  Science News

Simulations suggest that the theoretical substance known as nuclear pasta is 10 billion times as strong as steel.


The first observed wimpy supernova may have birthed a neutron star duo - Science News
The first observed wimpy supernova may have birthed a neutron star duo  Science News

Scientists have spotted a faint, fast supernova for the first time, possibly explaining how pairs of dense stellar corpses called neutron stars form.


Asteroseismic detection of latitudinal differential rotation in 13 Sun-like stars - Science Magazine
Asteroseismic detection of latitudinal differential rotation in 13 Sun-like stars  Science Magazine

The Sun rotates faster at its equator than at its poles. This process is known as differential rotation and is seen in the motion of sunspots. Helioseismology has ...


If Aliens Are Causing Weird Dimming of 'Tabby' Star,' They Aren't Using Lasers to Do It - Live Science
If Aliens Are Causing Weird Dimming of 'Tabby' Star,' They Aren't Using Lasers to Do It  Live Science

The evidence for aliens around one of the weirdest stars in our galaxy — Boyajian's star — is not looking promising. The star's unusual dimming events have ...


Elusive star has origins close to Big Bang - Science Daily
Elusive star has origins close to Big Bang  Science Daily

Astronomers have found what could be one of the universe's oldest stars, made almost entirely of materials spewed from the Big Bang.


Astronomers spot another star that flickers like Tabby's star - Science News
Astronomers spot another star that flickers like Tabby's star  Science News

The irregular flickering of star VVV-WIT-07 is reminiscent of Tabby's star, which brought speculation of alien megastructures.


Where’s Our Warp Drive to the Stars? - The New York Times
Where’s Our Warp Drive to the Stars?  The New York Times

Physicists haven't given up on the dream of zipping around the universe. Now they've come up with a far-out idea for making it happen.


Aging a flock of stars in the Wild Duck Cluster - Science Daily
Aging a flock of stars in the Wild Duck Cluster  Science Daily

The way they move belies the true ages of the almost 3000 stars populating one of the richest star clusters known. Astronomers recently discovered the stars all ...


Young science stars turn food waste into cutlery, grow plants on moon and help improve memory - Independent.ie
Young science stars turn food waste into cutlery, grow plants on moon and help improve memory  Independent.ie

As pressure mounts to find ways to eliminate single-use plastic, two innovative students may have found one answer after developing a way of turning food ...


Hints of Oort clouds around other stars may lurk in the universe's first light - Science News
Hints of Oort clouds around other stars may lurk in the universe's first light  Science News

A thick sphere of icy debris known as the Oort cloud shrouds the solar system. Other star systems may harbor similar icy reservoirs, and those clouds may be ...


What are constellations? - Popular Science
What are constellations?  Popular Science

Stars tell stories, guide explorers, and help scientists talk about the galaxy.


Space Pirates Take Warning: This 'Skull and Crossbones Nebula' Is Full of Gas and Baby Stars - Live Science
Space Pirates Take Warning: This 'Skull and Crossbones Nebula' Is Full of Gas and Baby Stars  Live Science

Nestled in the constellation Puppis is the Skull and Crossbones Nebula, and it will haunt your dreams, matey.


Catch a 'shooting star' this month — and most others - Science News for Students
Catch a 'shooting star' this month — and most others  Science News for Students

They're called shooting stars. In fact, they're only bits of space rock burning up in Earth's atmosphere. This month's Geminid (JEM-in-id) meteor shower will ...


Superflares from young red dwarf stars imperil planets - Science Daily
Superflares from young red dwarf stars imperil planets  Science Daily

Flares from the youngest red dwarfs surveyed are 100 to 1000 times more energetic than when the stars are older. This younger age is when terrestrial planets ...


Next up: Ultracold simulators of super-dense stars: Physicists are first to laser cool neutral plasma - Science Daily
Next up: Ultracold simulators of super-dense stars: Physicists are first to laser cool neutral plasma  Science Daily

Physicists have created the world's first laser-cooled neutral plasma. The research opens a frontier where experimental atomic and plasma physicists can coax ...


New images reveal how an ancient monster galaxy fueled furious star formation - Science News
New images reveal how an ancient monster galaxy fueled furious star formation  Science News

Scientists were able to see the abundance of star-forming gas and dust in a giant galaxy from when the universe was less than 2 billion years old.


Astronomers may have spotted the birth of a neutron star - Science News
Astronomers may have spotted the birth of a neutron star  Science News

For the first time, astronomers may have watched a massive stellar explosion give rise in real time to a superdense dead star called a neutron star.


Astronomers may have finally seen a star become a black hole - National Geographic
Astronomers may have finally seen a star become a black hole  National Geographic

As dinosaurs stomped across ancient Earth more than 200 million years ago, a massive star was entering its death throes. The resulting cosmic explosion was ...


Tiny satellites could be 'guide stars' for huge next-generation telescopes: Researchers design CubeSats with lasers to provide steady reference light for telescopes investigating distant planets - Science Daily
Tiny satellites could be 'guide stars' for huge next-generation telescopes: Researchers design CubeSats with lasers to provide steady reference light for telescopes investigating distant planets  Science Daily

Date: January 4, 2019; Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Summary: Researchers design CubeSats with lasers to provide steady reference light for ...


30 Under 30 In Science 2019: Mapping The Future From The Stars To Our DNA - Forbes
30 Under 30 In Science 2019: Mapping The Future From The Stars To Our DNA  Forbes

Devaki Raj is just one example of the extraordinary members of this year's 30 Under 30 In Science list, all of whom are doing important and groundbreaking ...


BU Prof Named One of Scientific American's 11 Rising Stars of Science | BU Today - BU Today
BU Prof Named One of Scientific American's 11 Rising Stars of Science | BU Today  BU Today

Five hundred scientists from around the globe were assessed by Scientific American and when the top names surfaced, Boston University's Sahar Sharifzadeh ...


Cometlike objects could be spreading life from star to star throughout the Milky Way - Science Magazine
Cometlike objects could be spreading life from star to star throughout the Milky Way  Science Magazine

When the U.S. football field–size, cigar-shaped object 'Oumuamua entered our solar system last year, it didn't just give us our first glimpse of an interstellar piece ...


Have Astronomers Found Another "Alien Megastructure" Star? - Scientific American
Have Astronomers Found Another "Alien Megastructure" Star?  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...


Four Types of Stars That Will Not Exist for Billions or Even Trillions of Years - Smithsonian
Four Types of Stars That Will Not Exist for Billions or Even Trillions of Years  Smithsonian

According to models of stellar evolution, certain types of stars need longer than the universe has existed to form.


There Is a Rogue Group of Stars Behaving Very Suspiciously in the Milky Way's Disk - Live Science
There Is a Rogue Group of Stars Behaving Very Suspiciously in the Milky Way's Disk  Live Science

Six million stars in the Milky Way's disc are not behaving as they should be.


Rising Stars in EECS supports women in electrical engineering and computer science - MIT News
Rising Stars in EECS supports women in electrical engineering and computer science  MIT News

For women in engineering, getting ahead sometimes means trying to be “one of the guys.” That's why Margarita Paz Castro says she enjoyed attending Rising ...


Signs of a ‘super Earth’ discovered around a nearby star - The Washington Post
Signs of a ‘super Earth’ discovered around a nearby star  The Washington Post

Astronomers have discovered signs of a frozen exoplanet orbiting the closest single star to our solar system.


Scientists spot two massive stars creating a pinwheel of dust - Ars Technica
Scientists spot two massive stars creating a pinwheel of dust  Ars Technica

A massive star is ejecting material at two different speeds as it spins rapidly.


Gaia spots stars flying between galaxies - Science Daily
Gaia spots stars flying between galaxies  Science Daily

A team of astronomers using the latest set of data from ESA's Gaia mission to look for high-velocity stars being kicked out of the Milky Way were surprised to find ...


'Mini-Neptune' found orbiting distant star - Science Magazine
'Mini-Neptune' found orbiting distant star  Science Magazine

A warm, gaseous planet about three times the diameter of Earth circles an orange dwarf star about 53 light-years away, astronomers reported today at the ...


Scientists just 3D imaged the birthplace of stars—using sound - Science Magazine
Scientists just 3D imaged the birthplace of stars—using sound  Science Magazine

Sound waves help reveal the shape of interstellar clouds.


Let your stars shine - Science Magazine
Let your stars shine  Science Magazine

A few months ago, one of my fellow graduate students was offered an incredible career-building opportunity. His efforts on a student-led campaign to increase ...


Top stories: 'the God particle' father, rivers of stars, and Nobel winners - Science Magazine
Top stories: 'the God particle' father, rivers of stars, and Nobel winners  Science Magazine

Leon Lederman, the Nobel Prize–winning physicist and passionate advocate for science education who coined the term “the God particle,” died this week at age ...


Laboratory experiments probe the formation of stars and planets: Physicists take a significant step toward understanding the development of heavenly bodies - Science Daily
Laboratory experiments probe the formation of stars and planets: Physicists take a significant step toward understanding the development of heavenly bodies  Science Daily

The cosmos is a void dotted with stars and an ever-increasing number of newly-observed planets beyond our solar system. Yet, how these stars and planets ...


Aliens May Be Rearranging Stars to Fight Dark Energy, Awesome Study Suggests - Live Science
Aliens May Be Rearranging Stars to Fight Dark Energy, Awesome Study Suggests  Live Science

Alien civilizations could use Dyson spheres to draw energy from distant stars, and the missing starlight might give them away.


Ultra-close stars discovered inside a planetary nebula - Science Daily
Ultra-close stars discovered inside a planetary nebula  Science Daily

Astronomers have discovered two stars in a binary pair that complete an orbit around each other in a little over three hours, residing in the planetary nebula ...


So much gas is escaping from this distant galaxy, it could form 500 stars a year - Science Magazine
So much gas is escaping from this distant galaxy, it could form 500 stars a year  Science Magazine

Growing pains aren't just for awkward teens: Thanks to a chance alignment of galaxies, astronomers have detected a massive loss of gas from an ancient galaxy ...


Science history: The astrophysicist who defined how stars behave - Cosmos
Science history: The astrophysicist who defined how stars behave  Cosmos

The NASA webpage devoted to astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar says he “was known to the world as Chandra. The word chandra means 'moon' or ...


Astronomers measure total starlight emitted over 13.7bn years - The Guardian
Astronomers measure total starlight emitted over 13.7bn years  The Guardian

Stars have radiated 4x1084 photons since the universe begun with formation peaking 11bn years ago.


Pistons' Sachin Gupta creates a monster with 'Trade Machine' - The Detroit News
Pistons' Sachin Gupta creates a monster with 'Trade Machine'  The Detroit News

Assistant general manager put this program together on a request while working at ESPN in 2006 and it's become a huge hit with NBA fans.


Mysterious Blobs Around M-Dwarf Stars May Be Bad News for Alien Life - Space.com
Mysterious Blobs Around M-Dwarf Stars May Be Bad News for Alien Life  Space.com

The sort of small, young, active stars that have become most exciting to astronomers looking for exoplanets may actually push away precisely what could be ...


There's a planet exactly where Star Trek said Vulcan should be - Popular Science
There's a planet exactly where Star Trek said Vulcan should be  Popular Science

Astrophysicists just found a planet orbiting the star HD 26965, 16 light years away from Earth. And it's Vulcan.


Distant galaxy hints at universe's earliest stars - Science Magazine
Distant galaxy hints at universe's earliest stars  Science Magazine

The universe's first stars may have formed a mere 250 million years after the big bang—hundreds of millions of years earlier than thought, according to a new ...


New talent: the rising stars of culture, science and food 2019 - The Guardian
New talent: the rising stars of culture, science and food 2019  The Guardian

A film director bringing women's stories to the fore; a chef serving up vegan Afro-Caribbean classics… plus activism, art and jazz – we profile the hottest new ...