Planet orbiting a dead star previews our own solar system's fate | Engadget
Scientists have spotted a Jupiter-like exoplanet orbiting a dead star that was once like our Sun, The New York Times has reported.
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There will soon be no more ads denying climate change on Google
Late Thursday, Google announced that it is demonetizing content that makes misleading or false claims about climate change. 1
...In addition, Google will no longer run any advertising that "contradicts well-established scientific consensus around the existence and causes of climate change." 1
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Promising-looking SETI signal turns out to be of human origin
Modern human society has been making it ever more challenging for astronomers to get their job done.
Microbes Could Help Produce Rocket Fuel for Return Trips from Mars
One of the hurdles on our quest to colonize Mars has to do with fuel.
Scientists may have found a planet outside of the Milky Way galaxy for the first time
In this 30 second exposure, a meteor streaks across the sky during the annual Perseid meteor shower on Aug. 10, 2021, in Spruce Knob, West Virginia.
Scientists Claim to Discover First Planet in Galaxy Beyond Milky Way
Astronomers may have spotted thousands of exoplanets in different star systems, but they had yet to find evidence of exoplanets in other galaxies beyond our own Milky Way.
Extroplanet: Astronomers may have just found the first planet outside our galaxy
Astronomers may have discovered a planet in a distant galaxy.
Astronomers find signs of a planet beyond our galaxy with NASA telescope
Astronomers have found signs of a planet outside our galaxy with a space telescope that detects X-ray emission.
Critical tests for NASA's large rocket remain as launch day edges closer
Last week NASA and its myriad contractors for the Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft reached a significant milestone-creating a full stack of the rocket and deep-space capsule for the first time.
This Groundbreaking Simulator Generates a Huge Indoor Ocean
Just a short walk from the sea at San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography, researchers are putting the finishing touches on a remarkable feat of engineering: an indoor ocean.