SCIENCE
  • Space

    NASA to Launch Mission to Study Black Holes in 2020

    While scientists are fascinated by the mystery and grandeur of black holes, they are extremely hard to study. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has come up with a new mission to decode this mystery a little bit. This research mission will be launched at the end of this decade. This will include studying cosmic X-rays to try to understand black holes better.

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    China to set up the World's Highest Altitude Gravitational Wave Telescopes in Tibet

    China is building the world's highest altitude gravitational wave telescope in Tibet, close to the country's Line of Actual Control with India. With a budget of 130 million yuan ($ 18.8 million) for the project, the building of the telescope is aimed at detecting and gathering precise data on primordial gravitational waves in the Northern Hemisphere.

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    NASA Captures Deepest X-Ray Image of the First Supermassive Black Holes in the Universe

    NASA has captured its deepest X-ray image, revealing the highest population of supermassive black holes to date. This new image shows about 5,000 of them in an area the size of a full moon, or a billion black holes for an entire sky, courtesy of NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

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    Scientists Claim Two Stars Will Merge in 2022

    Scientists claim that in the year 2022, two stars will merge into one, while pushing out excess gas. This will result in an explosion known as a red nova. The explosion will be at magnitude 2, and will be as bright as the Polaris (or Pole Star). The collision in the constellation of Cygnus is expected to be visible for up to six months.

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    Scientists Discover Source of Mysterious Deep Space Radio Waves

    Astronomers have discovered the source of the mysterious radio waves called fast radio bursts (FRBs) coming from the deep space outside Milky Way. These high-energy flashy radio waves are apparently coming from a dwarf galaxy located three billion light years away from Earth.

  • SCIENCE

    US Navy Military Dolphins to Save the Vaquita, the Smallest Dolphin in the World

    Scientists are asking for special help from military dolphins to save a critically endangered porpoise species.These dolphins are part of a team called Seal Team 6, and they are specifically trained by the United States Navy to detect underwater mines and other potential marine hazards.

  • SCIENCE

    Atlantic Ocean Circulation Will Collapse Soon due to Climate Change

    A new study suggests that the circulation of the entire Atlantic ocean will collapse soon due to increasing carbon dioxide levels in the Earth's atmosphere.

  • Space

    NASA: 2 New Asteroid Missions to Visit 'Trojan' and Metal Asteroids

    NASA has announced two new space missions. Each of them will involve sending a robotic spacecraft deep into the solar system, that will eventually land on and study new asteroids.

  • SCIENCE

    Global Warming 'Pause' Never Happened: Study

    In the past few years, numerous studies have debunked the idea that global warming reached a "pause" or hiatus, as surface temperatures began to decrease between 2000 to 2010. Now, a new study confirms that a global warming pause never happened.

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    Study on the Impacts of Climate Change on Vermont Moose Begins

    A study about the impact of climate change on Vermont Moose population has commenced under the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.

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