Galaxies

Nasa Observes Mysterious Galactic ‘jellyfish’ In Deep Space

NASA spotted a mysterious galactic “jellyfish”-like galaxy “swimming” into the view of the space agency’s upcoming James Webb Space Telescope, and it is a gorgeous sight. It’s unknown how this galaxy ended up...
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Stunning Jellyfish Galaxy Could Finally Spill Its Star Creation Secrets

NASA is preparing to study a mesmerizing “jellyfish” galaxy in unprecedented detail, with the James Webb Space Telescope aiming to unlock the secrets of how – and why – it formed. ESO 137-001 doesn’t have the most...
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Research Provides Insights Into Molecular Gas In The Massive Spiral Galaxy Ngc 5908

In a recently published research, which is part of a broader observational campaign focused on studying massive spiral galaxies, astronomers have investigated molecular lines of carbon monoxide and its isotopologues in NGC 5908. The study, detailed...
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Absolute Mad Lads Are Teaching Physics To Ai Because How Else Will It Learn To Solve Real-world...

Can't take over the galaxy if you don't know how it works, innit? American researchers are working to introduce the laws of physics into machine learning models to improve the way algorithms understand the real world.…
Related topics: Physics, Space, Algorithms

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Who Is This Alien? Why, It's The Psychedelic Frogfish.

"Who’s this alien?" is Mashable’s enduring series about the exceptionally peculiar critters that inhabit a relatively small, ocean-dominated world in the outer realms of the Milky Way galaxy, called Earth. Many of these lifeforms,...
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We Went Hands-on With The Galaxy Fold, And Here It Is - Cnet

Now you can finally see the foldable future for yourself.
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Travel Through Wormholes Is Possible, But Slow

A physicist has shown that wormholes can exist: tunnels in curved space-time, connecting two distant places, through which travel is possible. But don't pack your bags for a trip to other side of the galaxy yet; although it's theoretically possible,...
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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Gives You An Interactive Companion & More At The Droid Depot

Over the weekend Star Wars Celebration gave us a look at the exclusive merchandise that will be on sale at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge at shops like First Order Cargo and Resistance Supply. Plus, we got a glimpse at the stuff you’ll be able...
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Road To Endgame: ‘guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ Is A Soulful Space Opera About Cycles Of...

(Welcome to Road to Endgame, where we revisit the first 22 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ask, “How did we get here?” In this edition: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 deals with cycles of abuse, and becomes unintentional...
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Galaxy Acquire Giancarlo Gonzalez From Italy's Bologna

Dennis te Kloese’s blueprint for building out the Galaxy became a little clearer this week when the team landed center back Giancarlo Gonzalez from Bologna of Italy’s Serie A after nearly two months of negotiations. Major League Soccer’s...
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Why Is The First-ever Black Hole Photo An Orange Ring?

Researchers' data showed the black hole at the heart of the galaxy Messier 87 (M87).
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The Black Hole Photo You've Seen Everywhere Is Thanks To This Mit Grad's Algorithm

You've seen the very first photo of a black hole, now meet the person who helped to pull it together. MIT grad student Katie Bouman was behind the algorithm which helped to image the black hole, residing in the middle of galaxy M87, some 55 million...
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Here’s The First Image Of A Black Hole

Say hello to the black hole deep inside the Messier 87, a galaxy located in the Virgo cluster some 55 million light years away. It may seem underwhelming at first, but it’s one of four images of the supermassive spacetime deforming structure —...
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Another Hint That The Galaxy S10 5g Will Hit Verizon On May 16

A leaked render seems to confirm what we've been hearing since the beginning of the month. The Galaxy S10 5G will land at Verizon on May 16. The post Another hint that the Galaxy S10 5G will hit Verizon on May 16 appeared first on Pocketnow.
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Messier 83 – The Southern Pinwheel Galaxy

Located in the direction of the Hydra constellation, over 15 million light years from Earth, is the barred spiral galaxy known as Messier 83. The post Messier 83 – the Southern Pinwheel Galaxy appeared first on Universe Today.
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Road To Endgame: ‘guardians Of The Galaxy’ Was A Vital Step Into The Larger Marvel Cosmos

(Welcome to Road to Endgame, where we revisit the first 22 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ask, “How did we get here?” In this edition: Guardians of the Galaxy leans into the comics but falls just short of greatness) Hot off the...
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Gamma-ray Blazars In The Sky

When the supermassive black holes at the center of galaxies accrete material, they can eject powerful jets of charged particles at speeds approaching that of light. These particles in turn emit radiation across the electromagnetic spectrum, from...
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Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument Lenses Get Their First Look At Space

Scientists are one step closer to precisely 3D mapping the galaxy and better understanding dark energy. For years, a team of more than 70 international organizations have been building the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI), which will...
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Two Unusual Galaxies Shake Up The Dark Matter Debate, Again

No dark matter? No problem! Two galaxies that appear devoid of the mysterious substance could be strong—if ironic—evidence of its existence.
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Hunting Cosmic Fireworks In The Magellanic Clouds

The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) and the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) are two of the most stunning naked-eye sights you can spot in the southern sky. Over the past few billion years, these two satellite galaxies of the Milky Way have been locked...
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