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The black-hole collision that reshaped physics

A momentous signal from space has confirmed decades of theorizing on black holes — and launched a new era of gravitational-wave astronomy.<p>The event …

Physics

Huge Source of Oxygen Discovered Deep under the Earth’s Surface

While the humanity is exploring the outer space and is heading towards the colonization of the planets of our solar system, it turns out that there …

This Is the Entire Universe Squeezed into One Image

An enterprising artist has taken on one of the biggest concepts known to man: the universe.<p>Pablo Carlos Budassi is drawing eyes across the Internet …

Here's how high you can jump on other planets and moons in the solar system

1/<p>This is Earth. You've jumped here before.<p>2/<p>This is a normal vertical hop for a person on Earth. The top of your head might break 7 feet.<p>3/<p>On to the …

Astronomy

Moon and Spica on February 25

You’ll have to stay up late (or wake up early) to see the moon with the star Spica these next several nights.<p>Tonight – February 25, 2016 – stay up …

Hubble image: This is what a dying star looks like

The death of a star has never been so beautiful.<p>Astronomers from NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) imaged this beautiful Wolf-Rayet star — …

Extra Bright Supernova Could Change the Way We Measure the Universe

This could change the way we view standard candles.<p>The discovery of an extra bright supernova has baffled researchers. The research, available on the arXiv pre-print server, could change the way we view these cosmic explosions.<p>When stars die, they produce some of the most violent explosions in the …

Exoplanet Census Suggests Earth Is Special after All

More than 400 years ago Renaissance scientist Nicolaus Copernicus reduced us to near nothingness by showing that our planet is not the center of the …

Solo planets may be surprisingly common

Out among the stars, toward the constellation Capricornus, a red sphere floats freely through space. It doesn’t have enough mass to fuse atoms for …