Get $300 off the Unistellar eVscope eQuinox smart telescope this Black Friday

If you’re hunting for a telescope that’s able to reveal a plethora of deep-sky targets such as far-flung galaxies and nebulas with ease, then look no further than the Unistellar eVscope eQuinox. What’s more, this smart device — which is the world’s newest telescope — is a little over 10% off this Black Friday from … Read more

James Webb telescope investigated after the cosmodrome incident. NASA is delaying take-off

Adopted and announced in August this year. the start date of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) mission turned out to be impossible to meet one month before the scheduled launch. The reason indicated here is an incident due to the self-release of the clamp connecting the valuable observation instrument to the adapter enabling it … Read more

NASA’s Powerful New Telescope Could Transform How We Search For Life on Exoplanets

When it finally launches, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will give us our best look yet at the Universe around us – it’s the largest and most powerful telescope humans have ever built, and a new preprint study says it could spot potential signs of alien life in as little as 20 hours of … Read more

NASA continues investigating reason Hubble Space Telescope Instruments are in Safe Mode

Greenbelt, MD – NASA is continuing work to resolve an issue that has suspended science operations on the Hubble Space Telescope. The science instruments entered a safe mode configuration on October 25th, 2021 after detecting a loss of specific data synchronization messages. The Hubble team is focusing its efforts to isolate the problem on hardware … Read more

Swarms of Reproducing Alien Probes Could Be Spotted by Huge Radio Telescope

New research has revealed that the world’s largest radio telescope, located in China, could potentially spot self-replicating probes launched by a distant intelligent alien civilization, should they exist. These probes, also known as von Neumann probes after the scientist who first proposed their existence, have been posited as the most efficient way for intelligent life … Read more

The final stop on the James Webb Space Telescope

The finished James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) was delivered on October 12 this year. to the port of Pariacabo on the French Guiana coast, arriving there from California by sea (via the Panama Canal). At the destination, the mouth of the Kourou River was specially deepened to ensure the safe transport of the valuable device. … Read more

Bryce Canyon, others chosen for new NASA telescope launch event

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is launching a new telescope, and one of Utah’s dark sky national parks has been chosen for a celebration event. On Saturday, Nov. 6, Bryce Canyon National Park is offering a day of public programs to “bring the excitement of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) to park visitors,” a … Read more

NASA Selects New Space Telescope Proposal to Study Evolution of Milky Way Galaxy | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

The Milky Way Galaxy is seen in this illustration. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC/Caltech)) NASA has selected a new space telescope proposal that will study the recent history of star birth, star death, and the formation of chemical elements in the Milky Way. The gamma-ray telescope, called the Compton Spectrometer and Imager (COSI), is expected to launch … Read more

NASA planet-hunting telescope spots a dying star switching on and off

An artist’s impression example of a white dwarf accreting as it draws in material from a companion star. Helena Uthas Deep within the cosmos, a fading star’s quiet death was sharply interrupted. Instead of gracefully vanishing into the heavy darkness of space, as stars typically do, it coughed out a mysterious, prolonged flicker of light. … Read more

NASA Telescope Finds Supernova Remnants in Colourful Bubble | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

Supernova remnant G344.7-0.1, located 19,600 light years from Earth (NASA/CXC/Tokyo Univ. Of Science/K. Fukushima, et al/JPL/Spitzer/CSIRO/ATNF/ATCA) NASA telescopes have captured the colourful blast of a stellar explosion thousands of years ago, shedding new light on the evolution of such cosmic remains. The stellar remnant—formally known as G344.7-0.1—is located roughly 19,600 light-years from Earth is believed … Read more