The Hubble Telescope has a flair for capturing the most outlandish things unfolding in the void that is the space. Recently, the NASA telescope snapped a stunning picture of an asteroid streaking past
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Want to see a comet from a completely alien star system? Check out this dazzling new snapshot from the Hubble Space Telescope, which is the “best look yet at an interstellar visitor,” according to NASA.
In theory, all galaxies should contain copious amounts of dark matter, with one exception. Galactic mergers, interactions, or gas stripping events can isolate large amounts of normal matter. These liberated
All across the Universe, trillions of galaxies can be seen, with each one typically containing billions and billions of stars. Here on Earth, life not only arose, thrived, and became complex and differentiated,