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Astronomers reveal nearby stars that are among the oldest in our galaxy

(Georgia State University) Astronomers have discovered some of the oldest stars in our Milky Way galaxy by determining their locations and velocities, according to a study led by scientists at Georgia State University.

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"GJ 273b, Come In Please!" --Astronomers Debate Wisdom of Messaging Potentially Advanced Alien Civilizations (WATCH Video) "Attempt No Voyage Here!" Milky Way Harbors 100 Million Black Holes --'There are Tens of Millions of these Dark Enigmatic Objects Each the Size...        

Drug Discovery AI to Scour a Universe of Molecules for Wonder Drugs

On a dark night, away from city lights, the stars of the Milky Way can seem uncountable. Yet from any given location no more than 4,500 are visible to the naked eye. Meanwhile, our galaxy has 100–400 billion stars, and there are even more galaxies in the universe. The numbers of the night sky are […]

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For November 17th, 2017

Hey, it's HighScalability time: The BOSS Great Wall. The largest structure yet found in the universe. Contains 830 galaxies. A billion light years across. 10,000 times the mass of the Milky Way. If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. Show More Summary

The Milky Way Filmed Passing Above A Hawaiian Volcano

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Really puts into perspective how small we all are. Credit: upbandshell via Storyful

"Attempt No Voyage Here!" Milky Way Harbors 100 Million Black Holes --'There are Tens of Millions of these Dark Enigmatic Objects Each the Size of 30 Suns' (Today's Most Popular)

"The weirdness of the LIGO discovery" --The detection of gravitational waves created by the merger of two 30-solar-mass black holes (image below) had astronomers asking just how common are black holes of this size, and how often do they merge?...        

We found our galactic twin 180 million light years away

Astronomers have spotted a trio of galaxies that look remarkably like the giant spiral of the Milky Way and its two brightest companions, the Magellanic Clouds

HAL mobile game Hataraku UFO available in Japan

- play as UFO-kun as he works to stack and balance all sorts of items - direct his crane so that his stack ends up perfectly balanced - UFO-kun comes from a planet called Milky Way Central to learn about the working culture here on Earth -...Show More Summary

Last Week's Top 5 Space & Science Headlines --"Life in Cosmos May Be 13 Billion Years Old to Zombie Gene That Prevents Cancer"

Colossal Mystery Object Observed at Milky Way Center --"A Failed Star or Unknown Planet?" Last Week's "Planet Earth Report" --The Zombie Gene, Antarctica's Super Volcano to 1st Alien Contact -Extinction or Salvation? The Big Bang Was a Cosmic Mirage --"Of...        

Colossal Mystery Object Observed at Milky Way Center --"A Failed Star or Unknown Planet?"

Astronomers have used the light-warping effects of gravity to spot a massive object OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb using NASA’s infrared Spitzer Space Telescope, 13 times the mass of Jupiter and orbits a star about 22,000 light years away. This new discovery of an...        

Star kills its 'congenial' to form together a dwarf-binary system, astronomers confirm

A group of Brazilian astronomers observed a pair of celestial objects rarely seen in the Milky Way: a very low-mass white dwarf and a brown dwarf. What makes this binary system so unique is its origin: the white dwarf's existence was prematurely cut off by its companion, a brown dwarf, which caused its early death through "malnutrition" or loss of matter.

"All These Worlds are Yours" --NASA's Search for Alien Planets Transforms Our View of the Milky Way (WATCH Today's 'Galaxy' Stream)

"All these worlds are yours," wrote Arthus C Clarke in Space Odyssey 2010. Today, the count of confirmed Kepler exoplanets has passed 3,500 since 1995, when the detection of 51 Pegasi b, a roasting giant in a close orbit around...        

'Molecular Forests' at the Center of Galaxies --"Raw Materials for Life are Common in the Cosmos"

Many "molecular forests" have been found in our Milky Way Galaxy, but this is the first example outside the Milky Way. Researchers assume that the molecular jungle is an aggregate of dense and warm cocoons around bright baby stars. The...        

Incredible Gravitational Technique Reveals Oldest Spiral Galaxy On Record

Galaxies didn't always take on the beautiful spiral shape we've come to associate with Andromeda and our own Milky Way. Looking far away into deep space - and into the past - ancient galaxies mostly look like giant blobs. But thanks to gravity's light-bending properties, scientists have spotted a confounding thing in the distance. Show More Summary

Extremely massive exoplanet discovered in the Milky Way's bulge

(Phys.org)—As a result of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope observations of a microlensing event, astronomers have found an extremely massive alien world circling a star located in the Milky Way's bulge. The newly discovered planet, designated OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb, is the first Spitzer microlensing exoworld residing in the galactic bulge. Show More Summary

Premature death of star confirmed by astronomers

A group of Brazilian astronomers observed a pair of celestial objects rarely seen in the Milky Way: a very low-mass white dwarf and a brown dwarf.

Of Course This Stunning Image Of The Milky Way Is An Award Winner

This is what it takes. David Magro, with his incredible picture of the Australian sky, is the winner of the Sharp Shot Australia photography competition - and will now be the Western Digital Australia 2018 photography ambassador. More »      

Astronomers Look Back 11 billion years To Witness the First, Primitive Spiral Galaxy

“Spiral galaxies are exceptionally rare in the early Universe, and this discovery opens the door to investigating how galaxies transition from highly chaotic, turbulent discs to tranquil, thin discs like those of our own Milky Way galaxy," said Princeton University’s...        

The Alien Observatory --"Astronomers Lifting Black Veil From Dark Side of the Milky Way --"Harbors Uncharted Stars and Potential Life-Bearing Planets"

“Optically, it’s like trying to look through a velvet cloth—black as black can be,” says Thomas Dame, Director of the Radio Telescope Data Center at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and Senior Radio Astronomer at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. “In...        

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