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{FD} James Webb Space Telescope will hunt for signs of life in the solar system

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The soon-to-launch James Webb Space Telescope will turn its powerful eye on two of the solar system’s top candidates for hosting alien life: the icy moons Enceladus and Europa, the agency confirmed in a statement this month. Continue reading

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{FD} Huge black hole 100,000 times more massive than the Sun discovered in the Milky Way

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Astronomers in Japan have found a possible black hole in the Milky Way galaxy, which they believe could be the missing link in the development of supermassive black holes that has been theorized, but never officially found. Continue reading

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{FD} Record-breaking galaxy find sheds light on magnetic universe

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Astronomers have detected the magnetic field of a galaxy located a whopping 5 billion light-years from Earth. Continue reading

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{FD} Bizarre dead star may be a remnant of a mini stellar explosion

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A strange dead star may be a remnant of what was essentially a miniature supernova, a new study finds. Continue reading

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{FD} World’s fastest-swirling vortex simulates the Big Bang

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Faster than a tornado, speedier than the giant storm swirling on Jupiter — it’s the world’s fastest-swirling vortex, which scientists have created in a primordial soup of gluey particles meant to re-create the Big Bang. Continue reading

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