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So many cosmic structures have a baby

This image shows the region where ancient galactic structure was found. The blue shading shows the area it covers. The red objects in the zoom-in pieces are the 12 galaxies. (Credit: NAOJ / Harikane et al.) Astronomers have discovered the oldest cluster of galaxies ever seen, originating in the early universe. – nearly 700 million years after the Big Bang. …

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Building blocks of life may have come from deep space: 'Key to unraveling fundamental questions for humankind'

A new study suggests that the building blocks of life may not have originated on Earth, but rather giant gas clouds in deep space. The research theorizes that the building blocks of DNA, known as nucleobases, have been spotted in a simulated environment that echoes "interstellar molecular clouds," which may aid researchers in understanding how life started on our planet. …

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Weird Black Hole Physics Revealed in NASA Visualization

Black holes on your mind? You're in luck because NASA has a new visualization showing how these immense objects work. Black holes are regions of extremely high density that warp space around them to such an extent that it traps matter and light. If any object goes too close and enters the black hole's point of no return, called the …

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A Cosmic Mystery Illuminates Another, Like the Rapid Explosion of Radio in a Galactic Halo

<div _ngcontent-c15 = "" innerhtml = " This artist's impression represents the path of the rapid radio blast of FRB 181112 traveling from a … [+] host distance to reach Earth. FRB 181112 was determined by the Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope. Follow-up observations of ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) with pulses radio passed through the halo …

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Supermassive Black Hole Rips Besides a Star in the Preventing Event

After passing too close to a supermassive black hole, the star of this artist's conception is torn into a thin stream of gas, which is then pulled back around the black hole and slams on itself, creating a bright shock and ejecting warmer material. Credit: Drawing by Robin Dienel courtesy of Carnegie Institution for Science Washington, DC – NASA's Transiting …

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Caught in action: a black hole that rips apart from a lucky star

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Scientists have uncovered a large black hole that violently wreaked havoc on a doomed star, depicting a rare and chaotic cosmic event from beginning to end for the first time using NASA's planetary hunting telescope. The orbiting of the United States Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, better known as TESS, revealed a detailed timeline of a star of …

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