Scientists cannot explain the radio signal in deep space, what is it?

Scientists cannot explain the radio signal in deep space, what is it?

By Roberto Scucci | Updated 6 minutes ago Rotating neutron stars (known as pulsars) are generally known to emit radio waves at regular intervals, ranging from seconds to milliseconds. As these neutron stars approach the end of their life cycle, they slow down and are no longer called pulsars, but are classified as magnetars. According … Read more

World’s first ‘boomerang meteorite’ – a rock that left Earth, spent millennia in space and then returned – likely discovered in the Sahara desert

The suspected meteorite NWA 13188, discovered in Morocco in 2018, may have originated from Earth. (Image credit: Albert Jambon) Researchers have proposed that an unusual rock recently discovered in northern Africa could be the first known ‘boomerang meteorite’, a space rock that originated on our planet before being ejected into space and then crashing down … Read more

NASA hunts gamma rays in deep space with a new high-altitude balloon mission

In August, NASA plans to deploy a high-altitude balloon that will look for gamma rays, or high-energy wavelengths produced by some of the most powerful explosions in our universe. And last week, the agency provided an update on the mission. The new instrument, known as ComPair, has officially been shipped to its launch site in … Read more

NASA’s Webb Space Telescope detects water vapor in the zone of rocky planet formation

Internal disk PDS 70 (art concept)

This concept art depicts the star PDS 70 and its inner protoplanetary disk. New measurements by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope have detected water vapor at distances less than 100 million miles from the star, the region where rocky and terrestrial planets could form. This is the first detection of water in the terrestrial region … Read more

‘Cosmic Time Machine:’ Director Talks New James Webb Space Telescope Documentary (Exclusive)

Capturing spectacular images of deep-space objects revealed with unimaginable clarity and range, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) was a $10 billion triumph of ingenuity and indomitable spirit. This summer celebrates the one-year anniversary of JWST’s first scientific observations. The massive observatory has peered back in time to the origins of our universe and has … Read more

James Webb Space Telescope spies on water near the center of planet-forming disk in cosmic 1st

Astronomers have discovered for the first time that rocky alien worlds may possess large amounts of water from the moment they form, according to a new study. Life is found practically wherever there is water Earth. As such, the search for potentially habitable exoplanets he mainly focused on hunting for the presence of water. Previous … Read more

A strange signal from deep space has been detected every 22 minutes for over 30 years. Scientists have no idea what’s causing it.

A mysterious object spotted in the cosmos broadcasts radio waves to Earth every 22 minutes. The signals from this type of cosmic object usually slow down over time. But this has been sending signals for more than 30 years, and scientists can’t figure out why. Loading Something is loading. Thank you for signing up! Access … Read more

The boomerang meteor could be the first space rock to leave Earth and return

A dark reddish-brown stone, collected from the Sahara Desert in Morocco a few years ago, appears to be a rock from Earth that was blasted into space where it remained for thousands of years before returning home, surprisingly intact. If the scientists are right about this, the rock will officially be named the first boomerang … Read more

NASA mocks the Mars transportation system for 1,200 days of space travel

NASA rendering showing the shallow habitat (SH) on the lunar surface

This is not investment advice. The author has no position in any of the titles mentioned. WCCF TECH INC has a disclosure and ethics policy. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has shared details about its habitation platforms for lunar and Martian missions. NASA is planning habitat modules for both lunar exploration and Martian … Read more

Cosmic nomads: NASA’s Roman Space Telescope could find 400 Earth-mass rogue planets

Illustration of the Roman Nancy Grace Space Telescope

Scientists from NASA and Osaka University suggest that rogue planets, which roam in space without ties to stars, far outnumber the planets in stellar orbit. The upcoming launch of NASA’s Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope could lead to the discovery of hundreds of such rogue planets, adding critical insights into the mechanisms of planetary formation. … Read more