observations of a pulsar in the constellation of the Arrow using the 305-meter radio telescope at Arecibo Observatory showed that the substance ejected stream of charged particles from the surface of the companion acts as a natural lens, greatly simplifying the astronomers the task of examining the source of radiation.
Researchers from Nanjing University (China) proposed a new explanation of the mysterious fast radio pulses (FRB), in which for a few milliseconds in outer space emitted a huge amount of energy.
a team of astronomers from the Australian national University has discovered the growing black hole — the quasar.
the Seventh planet from the Sun is full of secrets and , opening which, you can learn a lot about the origin of our Solar system.
Astronomers Australian Observatory, Parkes caught three mysterious fast pulse, the nature of which remains unclear.
the Galaxy Centaurus A, "hid" very interesting secret.
last year, the offender interstellar space Moimoi passed through the inner Solar system.
Astrophysicists hope that over the next 12 months, they will get what nobody could.
Fast radio bursts (FRB) are one of the most enigmatic mysteries in the Universe.
last Wednesday, scientists project a Breakthrough Listen directed gaze parabolic radio telescope green Bank National radio astronomy Observatory in the direction Omwamwi — the mysterious oblong space object, in fact the first interstellar visitor in our Solar system, — to scan for signs of intelligent life.
a Team of astronomers from Massachusetts Institute of technology have discovered the most distant from our planet supermassive .
Each planet in our Solar system has considerably different from the rest of the orbital period of rotation around the Sun.
usually, when a star enters a phase of a supernova, it is a blast.
the Search for intelligent extraterrestrial life on other planets is a long-standing question.
last week, the European southern Observatory (ESO) whetted the Internet news about the "unprecedented discovery".
At the end of last week, astronomers involved in the search for possible signs of extraterrestrial life, during 5 hours identified 15 very fast radio signals coming our way from tiny galaxies 3 billion light years from us.
a Group of researchers under the leadership of Mario Scarcia of Columbia University of Antioquia has proposed a new explanation for the unusual cases of reduction in the brightness of stars K8462852 on the basis of recent observations and computer simulations.
Dim astronomical objects called brown dwarfs, less massive than our Sun but more massive gas giant Jupiter.