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November 01, 2014
EXO WORLDS
Yale finds a planet that won't stick to a schedule
New Haven CT (SPX) Oct 31, 2014
For their latest discovery, Yale astronomers and the Planet Hunters program have found a low-mass, low-density planet with a punctuality problem. The new planet, called PH3c, is located 2,300 light years from Earth and has an atmosphere loaded with hydrogen and helium. It is described in the Oct. 29 online edition of The Astrophysical Journal. The elusive orb nearly avoided detection. This is because PH3c has a highly inconsistent orbit time around its sun, due to the gravitational influence ... read more
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SKY NIGHTLY

Hubble Sees 'Ghost Light' From Dead Galaxies
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has picked up the faint, ghostly glow of stars ejected from ancient galaxies that were gravitationally ripped apart several billion years ago. The mayhem happened 4 bil ... more
IRON AND ICE

Richard Binzel on NASA's Asteroid Redirect Mission
By the end of this decade, NASA hopes to lasso a space rock: The space agency is actively pursuing proposals for its Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) - a mission that aims to identify, capture, and r ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Griffith scientists propose existence and interaction of parallel worlds
Griffith University academics are challenging the foundations of quantum science with a radical new theory based on the existence of, and interactions between, parallel universes. In a paper p ... more
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STELLAR CHEMISTRY

Tremendously bright pulsar may be 1 of many
Recently, a team of astronomers reported discovering a pulsating star that appears to shine with the energy of 10 million suns. The find, which was announced in Nature, is the brightest pulsar - a t ... more


STELLAR CHEMISTRY

Laser experiments mimic cosmic explosions and planetary cores
Researchers are finding ways to understand some of the mysteries of space without leaving earth. Using high-intensity lasers at the University of Rochester's OMEGA EP Facility focused on targets sma ... more
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STELLAR CHEMISTRY

Planet-forming lifeline discovered in a binary star system
A research group led by Anne Dutrey from the Laboratory of Astrophysics of Bordeaux, France, and the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) observed the distribution of dust and gas in a bin ... more
TECH SPACE

Steering ESA satellites clear of space debris
Improved collision warnings for its Earth observation missions means ESA controllers can now take more efficient evasive action when satellites are threatened by space junk. ESA has signed an agreem ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Back to Cold War as Russia probes NATO defences

Japanese aircraft scrambles endangering safety: China

China Concerned by India's Moves to Secure Northeastern Border

China punishes HK lawmaker for criticising leader

Chinese Communist leadership 'fundamental' to rule of law: party

Canadian military receiving satellite-on-the-move communications system

Iraq Sunni exiles say bombs cannot defeat IS

SATURN DAILY

Cassini Sees Sunny Seas on Titan
As it soared past Saturn's large moon Titan recently, NASA's Cassini spacecraft caught a glimpse of bright sunlight reflecting off hydrocarbon seas. In the past, Cassini had captured, separate ... more
EXO LIFE

Planet-forming Lifeline Discovered in a Binary Star System
For the first time, researchers using ALMA have detected a streamer of gas flowing from a massive outer disc toward the inner reaches of a binary star system. This never-before-seen feature may be r ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Physicists Closer to Understanding Balance of Matter, Antimatter
Distinguished Professor Sheldon Stone and his colleagues recently announced their findings at a workshop at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. Titled "Implications of LHCb Measurements and Their Future Pr ... more
Startup in the Land of the Rising Sun; A Japanese Solar Venture - by Bradley L. Bartz


TIME AND SPACE

Can the wave function of an electron be divided and trapped?
New research by physicists from Brown University puts the profound strangeness of quantum mechanics in a nutshell - or, more accurately, in a helium bubble. Experiments led by Humphrey Maris, ... more
DEEP IMPACT

Burning passion: Chinese rich pay sky-high meteorite prices
One small cheque to a businessman, one giant leap for a meteorite: after journeys of millions of kilometres, rocks formed from the primordial soup of the solar system have landed on the walls of a Chinese showroom. ... more
24/7 News Coverage
Oceans arrived early to Earth

America votes

Emerging disease could wipe out American, European salamanders

Magma pancakes beneath Lake Toba

Fewer Chinese couples want second child than expected: media

Clean Smell Doesn't Always Mean Clean Air

Restoring wetlands can lessen soil sinkage, greenhouse gas emissions

SOLAR SCIENCE

New insights into the physics of space weather
Each second, the sun hurls millions of tons of hot, charged plasma gas into space. This volatile "solar wind" buffets the magnetosphere, the magnetic field that surrounds the Earth, and can whip up ... more
JOVIAN DREAMS

Here's Looking at You: Spooky Shadow Gives Jupiter a Giant Eye
This trick that the planet is looking back at you is actually a Hubble treat: An eerie, close-up view of Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system. Hubble was monitoring changes in Jupit ... more
MOON DAILY

NASA's LRO Spacecraft Captures Images of LADEE's Impact Crater
NASA'S Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft has spied a new crater on the lunar surface; one made from the impact of NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) mission. ... more
TIME AND SPACE

New evidence for an exotic, predicted superconducting state
Superconductors and magnetic fields do not usually get along. But a research team led by a Brown University physicist has produced new evidence for an exotic superconducting state, first predicted a ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Experiment provides route to macroscopic high-mass superpositions
University of Southampton scientists have designed a new experiment to test the foundations of quantum mechanics at the large scale. Standard quantum theory places no limit on particle size an ... more

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TECH SPACE

NASA Team Proposes to Use Laser to Track Orbital Debris
As participation in space exploration grows worldwide, so does the impact of orbital debris - man-made "space junk" that poses significant hazards to live spacecraft and astronauts should they cross ... more
SOLAR SCIENCE

Spotlighting the sun
Astronomers with the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) captured pictures not only of Thursday's partial solar eclipse, but also of the "monster" ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
A New Way To Convert Light To Electrical Energy

Westinghouse to Supply Advanced Safety System to Ukraine Nuclear Power Plants

Leaders Discuss Wind Power in Canada's Energy Future

'Nanomotor lithography' answers call for affordable, simpler device manufacturing

Reverse engineering materials for more efficient heating and cooling

Saving lots of computing capacity with a new algorithm

Nanosafety research - there's room for improvement

SATURN DAILY

NASA Identifies Ice Cloud Above Cruising Altitude on Titan

SPACE SCOPES

Hubble Views the Whirling Disk of NGC 4526

IRON AND ICE

MAVEN Ultraviolet Image of Comet Siding Spring's Hydrogen Coma

STELLAR CHEMISTRY

NASA opens library of cosmic audio to the public

SKY NIGHTLY

Illusions in the Cosmic Clouds

STELLAR CHEMISTRY

First time-lapse images of exploding fireball from a 'nova' star

STELLAR CHEMISTRY

From the mouths of young fireballs

IRON AND ICE

Rosetta: the ambition to turn science fiction into science fact

SKY NIGHTLY

Georgia State astronomers image the exploding fireball stage of a nova

MERCURY RISING

Third of Four Planned Maneuvers Extends Messenger Orbital Operations

Churyumov-Gerasimenko Scrambling Its Jets

Time-lapse imagery shows fireball exploded from white dwarf star

Sunspot continues to shoot out solar flares

NASA uses ultra-black nano-coating for solar coronagraph

With comet film, ESA boldy goes into sci-fi

European Scientists Discover Smell of a Comet

Close Encounters: Comet Siding Spring Seen Next to Mars

NASA's SDO Observes Largest Sunspot of the Solar Cycle

Largest sunspot in 20 years facing planet Earth

Lucky Star Escapes Black Hole With Minor Damage

Cooling with molecules

New lunar mission to test Chang'e-5 technology

Next Chinese mission to moon will return to Earth

NASA-led study sees Titan glowing at dusk and dawn

Galactic wheel of life shines in infrared

Two families of comets found around nearby star

Suomi team ward off recent space debris threat

New window on the early universe

Organic molecules in Titan's atmosphere are intriguingly skewed

'Cloud' lifts Microsoft earnings above expectations

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