Astrophysics International centre for radio astronomy research (ICRAR) and the University of Western Australia came up with some interesting findings in recent studies: regardless of the size and weight, all disk galaxies in the Universe are United by one common part – they all make one complete revolution around its axis in about 1 billion years.
Astronomers of the Spanish University of La Laguna undertook a study of the background galaxy NGC 1277, which stopped the formation of new stars.
Hubble — a joint project of NASA and the European space Agency (ESA) located in low earth orbit for nearly 28 years.
Despite a century of research and observation, our knowledge of our own milky Way galaxy still contain a lot of gaps.
the Study of several tens of galaxies within several billion light years from our own, allowed to open a few black holes, which greatly exceeds our expectations about how big they can grow.
Using a new method to measure the mass of galaxies, astronomers came to very interesting conclusions.
the First discovery of a planet outside the Solar system, it became a true scientific achievement.
the Galaxy Centaurus A, "hid" very interesting secret.
Through the use of a new scientific instrument MUSE (Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer) is installed on the Very large telescope (VLT) the European southern Observatory in Chile, astronomers were able to detect 72 of the new galaxy.
Dark night, away from city lights, the stars of the milky Way seem innumerable.
With the help of space telescopes like the Hubble astronomers are trying deeper and deeper look inside the cosmic web of the Universe.
17 Aug Earth made up both light and gravitational-wave signals from merging neutron stars.
after Reading the title, you probably think that something is not right here.
In 1926, the famous astronomer Edwin Hubble developed a morphological classification of galaxies.
We know a lot about space, but since in the Universe everything is relative, then it is safe to say that about space, we know practically nothing.
Astronomers have discovered a huge galactic supercluster, located about 4 billion light years from Earth.