NASA’s Fermi Discovers the Most Extreme Blazars Yet
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NASA’s Fermi Discovers the Most Extreme Blazars Yet

“Despite their youth, these far-flung blazars host some of the most massive black holes known,” said…

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Study reveals substantial evidence of holographic universe
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Study reveals substantial evidence of holographic universe

A UK, Canadian and Italian study has provided what researchers believe is the first observational…

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Using high energy X-rays to peer beneath the obscuring skin of growing black holes
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Using high energy X-rays to peer beneath the obscuring skin of growing black holes

Astronomers at the University of Southampton are using X-ray vision to reveal supermassive black holes…

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Earth’s orbital variations and sea ice synch glacial periods
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Earth’s orbital variations and sea ice synch glacial periods

Earth is currently in what climatologists call an interglacial period, a warm pulse between long,…

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Star Birth With a Chance of Winds?
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Star Birth With a Chance of Winds?

The lesser-known constellation of Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs), is home to a variety of…

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GOES-16 offers Earth’s first light in true color
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GOES-16 offers Earth’s first light in true color

After spending months in space, quietly orbiting the Earth, the next-generation geosynchronous satellite has broken…

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NuSTAR Finds New Clues to ‘Chameleon Supernova’
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NuSTAR Finds New Clues to ‘Chameleon Supernova’

This image from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory shows spiral galaxy NGC 7331, center, in a…

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New Imaging Technique for Simulating Binocular Views
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New Imaging Technique for Simulating Binocular Views

Stargazing with binoculars is a speedy way to see celestial objects in awesome detail. project…

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NOAA’s GOES-16 Satellite Sends First Images to Earth
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NOAA’s GOES-16 Satellite Sends First Images to Earth

GOES-16, the first spacecraft in NOAA’s next-generation of geostationary satellites, has sent the first high-resolution…

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New Imaging Technique for Simulating Binocular Views
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New Imaging Technique for Simulating Binocular Views

Stargazing with binoculars is a speedy way to see celestial objects in awesome detail. project…

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