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Sparking a life-long interest
AT WHAT AGE DID YOU BECOME INTERESTED in astronomy, and what was it that sparked your interest? Was it a TV show? A science fiction book you read as a kid? Perhaps a Hollywood movi ...
New radio data reveal possible origins of odd radio circles in the sky
GHOSTLY RINGS of radio emission spanning a million light-years, dubbed Odd Radio Circles (ORCs), are a recent discovery. They emit no radiation other than radio waves. And we’re ...
‘Closest black hole’ doesn’t exist after all
A contested candidate for the closest black hole to the Solar System has proven to be a mirage, a team of astronomers has concluded. The putative black hole lay in the binary star ...
Eugene Parker (1927–2022) Scientific pioneer and namesake of NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, Eugene Parker has passed away, having forever altered the way we view the Sun and its in ...
Pulsar shoots beam 7 light-years long
This image tells the story of a pulsar as it speeds through space via a combination of visible light (red, brown and black), collected by the Gemini telescope through a hydrogen-al ...
TAMWORTH ASTRONOMY EXPERIENCE
The Tamworth Regional Astronomy Club Inc. offers you are a rare opportunity for an astronomy experience like no other. Visit observatories and be guided by experts as you link into ...
Third candidate planet circling Proxima Centauri
A NEW INSTRUMENT on a powerful telescope has enabled astronomers to discover another planet circling our nearest stellar neighbour, Proxima Centauri. The find brings the star’s e ...
Meteorite evidence: Earth was born with its water
ASTRONOMERS LONG thought that the terrestrial planets formed too close to the newborn Sun to harbour any water. So the inner planets must have formed dry, their water instead deliv ...
Two black hole behemoths will merge in 10,000 years
TWO SUPERMASSIVE black holes in the heart of a distant galaxy are tightly entwined, offering unique insights into how such mergers unfold. One of the black holes gorges on surround ...
A star where it shouldn’t be
THE CREPE-LIKE DISK of our galaxy, just 1,000 light-years thick, is where almost all the Milky Way’s stars form. So astronomers were baffled when, years ago, they found a massive ...
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