Thursday, September 24, 2020
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Mystery anomaly weakens Earth’s magnetic field, report scientists

t"The South Atlantic Anomaly" in the Earth's magnetic field is growing and possibly splitting, shows data.tThe information was gathered by the ESA's Swarm Constellation...

Scientists observe strange lights in the heart of the Milky Way

tAstronomers in Japan observe periodic lights coming from the region near the black hole at the center of our galaxy.tThe twinkling may be produced...

Octopus-like creatures inhabit Jupiter’s moon, claims space scientist

tA British scientist named Professor Monica Grady recently came out in support of extraterrestrial life on Europa.tEuropa, the sixth largest moon in the solar...

Will COVID-19 kill off flat Earthism once and for all?

tThe recent rise of flat-Earth theory can be explained by a certain social and political atmosphere.tThe coronavirus crisis may put an end to the...

ESO astronomers observe exoplanet where it rains molten iron

tWASP-76b is an extremely hot planet whose cooler side has a surface temperature of 1,500° C (2732° F).tIron that evaporates in the heat of...

Physicists probe why the Universe exists and has matter

tScientists from around the world teamed up to study the properties of neutrons.tThey were able to achieve extremely precise measurements of electric compasses in...

What is the cosmic web?

tComposed of massive filaments of galaxies separated by giant voids, the cosmic web is the name astronomers give to the structure of our universe.tWhy...

Has a black hole made of sound confirmed Hawking radiation?

tStephen Hawking predicted virtual particles splitting in two from the gravitational pull of black holes.tBlack holes, he also said, would eventually evaporate due to...

Where do atoms come from? Billions of years of cosmic fireworks.

Michelle ThallerDr. Michelle Thaller is an astronomer who studies binary stars and the life cycles of stars. She is Assistant Director of Science Communication...

How fast is Earth moving through space? That depends.

MICHELLE THALLER: Eugene, you've asked one of my favorite questions and a surprisingly deep one. The essence of it is: How fast are we...