Tag: milky

Mysteries of the Milky Way Are Revealed in Spectacular Detail

This color-composite shows a main part of the new Blanco DECam Bulge Survey of 250 million stars in our galaxy’s bulge. The 4 x 2 degrees excerpt can be explored in all its whopping 50,000 x 25,000 pixels in the zoomable version. In the image interstellar dust and gas seemingly acts like a red “filter” […]

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The Milky Way May Be Swarming With Planets That Have Continents and Oceans Like Earth

“All planets in the Milky Way may be formed by the same building blocks, meaning that planets with the same amount of water and carbon as Earth,” says Professor Anders Johansen. Credit: NASA, ESA and G. Bacon (STScI) According to a new study from the University of Copenhagen, Earth, Venus, and Mars were created from […]

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Unknown Milky Way Signal –“A Gravitational Wave, Cosmic String, or Primordial Black Hole?”

In 1993 Stephen Hawking proposed in Black Holes and Baby Universes that there might be “primordial black holes which were formed in the early universe that could be less than the size of the nucleus of an atom, yet their mass could be a billion tons, the mass of Mount Fuji. A black hole weighing […]

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