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solving a 600-year-old cosmic mystery




astronomers have found the stars responsible for an explosion recorded by korean astronomers in 1437 a.d.



astronomers don’t point this telescope—the telescope points them




the era of big data astronomy will find stuff astronomers never even knew to look for. the post astronomers don't point this telescope—the telescope points them appeared first on wired.



for modern astronomers, it’s learn to code or get left behind




fledgling astronomers still don't take meaningful courses in modern coding, data science, or their best practices. the post for modern astronomers, it’s learn to code or get left behind appeared first on wired.



anu astronomers create best map of the southern sky




astronomers at anu have created the most comprehensive map of the southern sky that can be viewed online by anyone around the world.



long ago and far away, an average galaxy: 'typical' galaxy helps astronomers stu




astronomers led by a graduate student at the university of california, davis have discovered one of the most distant galaxies in the universe, and it's nothing out of the ordinary.



astronomers see mysterious nitrogen area in a butterfly-shaped star formation di




an international team of astronomers, led by dutch scientists, has discovered a region in our milky way that contains many nitrogen compounds in the southeast of a butterfly-shaped star formation disk and very little in the north-west. the astronomers suspect that multiple stars-to-be share the same...



astronomers shed light on formation of black holes and galaxies




stars forming in galaxies appear to be influenced by the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy, but the mechanism of how that happens has not been clear to astronomers until now.



astronomers piece together first image of black hole




after training a network of telescopes stretching from hawaii to antarctica to spain at the heart of our galaxy for five nights running, astronomers said wednesday they may have snapped the first-ever picture of a black hole.



astronomers probe swirling particles in halo of starburst galaxy




astronomers have used a radio telescope in outback western australia to see the halo of a nearby starburst galaxy in unprecedented detail.



three gas giant planets discovered by astronomers




(phys.org)—a team of european astronomers has detected three new gas giant alien worlds as part of the superwasp exoplanet-hunting survey. two of the newly found planets are the so-called "hot saturns," while the third one was classified as a "super-neptune." the discovery was reported october 17 ...



astronomers pursue renegade supermassive black hole




supermassive holes are generally stationary objects, sitting at the centers of most galaxies. however, using data from nasa's chandra x-ray observatory and other telescopes, astronomers recently hunted down what could be a supermassive black hole that may be on the move.



star's birth may have triggered another star birth, astronomers say




astronomers using the national science foundation's karl g. jansky very large array (vla) have found new evidence suggesting that a jet of fast-moving material ejected from one young star may have triggered the formation of another, younger protostar.



get them while they're young: astronomers catch exploding supernova early (updat




for the first time, astronomers have observed a cosmic event in great detail that they only had glimpses of before: a supernova and its explosive ejecta slamming into a nearby companion star. the discovery was made possible by a specialized survey taking advantage of recent advances in linking teles...



radio astronomers peer deep into the stellar nursery of the orion nebula




astronomers have released an image of a vast filament of star-forming gas, 1200 light-years away, in the stellar nursery of the orion nebula.



improved hubble yardstick gives fresh evidence for new physics in the universe




astronomers have used nasa's hubble space telescope to make the most precise measurements of the expansion rate of the universe since it was first calculated nearly a century ago. intriguingly, the results are forcing astronomers to consider that they may be seeing evidence of something unexpected a...



astronomers deploy ai to unravel the mysteries of the universe




neural nets that build their own cat pics can also reveal previously unseeable details in telescope images. the post astronomers deploy ai to unravel the mysteries of the universe appeared first on wired.



astronomers complete first international asteroid tracking exercise




an international team of astronomers led by nasa scientists successfully completed the first global exercise using a real asteroid to test global response capabilities.



with launch of new night sky survey, uw researchers ready for era of 'big data'




the first astronomers had a limited toolkit: their eyes. they could only observe those stars, planets and celestial events bright enough to pick up unassisted. but today's astronomers use increasingly sensitive and sophisticated instruments to view and track a bevy of cosmic wonders, including objec...



two distant hypervelocity stars discovered by chinese astronomers




(phys.org)—a group of chinese astronomers led by yang huang of the yunnan university in kunming, china, has detected two new unbound hypervelocity stars located over 70,000 light years away. the discovery, described in a paper published aug. 29 on the arxiv pre-print server, could help scientists ...



astronomers discover 'super-earth' planet orbiting nearby star




(phys.org)—european astronomers report the detection of a new extrasolar world several times more massive than earth. the newly found exoplanet, classified as a so-called "super-earth," is circling a nearby star designated gj 625. the researchers detailed their finding in a paper published may 18 ...



fast radio bursts may be firing off every second




when fast radio bursts, or frbs, were first detected in 2001, astronomers had never seen anything like them before. since then, astronomers have found a couple of dozen frbs, but they still don't know what causes these rapid and powerful bursts of radio emission.



astronomers investigate a mysterious isolated star cluster complex




(phys.org)—astronomers have inspected a mysterious isolated star cluster complex designated sh2 in the galaxy ngc 1316 (also known as fornax a). the results of their study, which were published mar. 1 in a paper on arxiv.org, reveal important insights into the nature of this complex, providing cru...



astronomers create most detailed radio image of nearby dwarf galaxy




astronomers at anu have created the most detailed radio image of nearby dwarf galaxy, the small magellanic cloud, revealing secrets of how it formed and how it is likely to evolve.



swarm of hydrogen clouds flying away from center of our galaxy




a team of astronomers has discovered what appears to be a grand exodus of more than 100 hydrogen clouds streaming away from the center of the milky way and heading into intergalactic space. this observation, made with the national science foundation's green bank telescope (gbt), may give astronomers...



artificial intelligence finds 56 new gravitational lens candidates




candidates. this picture shows a sample of the handmade photos of gravitational lenses that the astronomers used to train their neural network. credit: enrico petrillo, university of groningena group of astronomers from the universities of groningen, naples and bonn has developed a method that finds...