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Hubble Space Telescope have helped astronomers crack a longstanding puzzle about galaxy evolution. For years, scientists have wondered why galaxies that have ceased forming new stars so-called "quenched galaxies" were smaller long ago than they are
The so-called "Comet of the Century" may already have fizzled out.
Paleontologists in Utah discovered a cowlike species of dinosaur (about 65 million years old), and archaeologists in Scotland found what may be the world's first lunar calendar (10,000 years old). Meanwhile, astronomers tell us that all of Earth 's
Hubble Space Telescope have determined the orbital motion of two distinct populations of stars in an ancient globular star cluster, offering proof they formed at different times and providing a rare look back into the Milky Way galaxy's early days.
on July 1, while studying the planet's rings, or "arcs." Showalter had to run images, collected by the Hubble Space Telescope, through special processors in order to clearly see the moon, which is only about 12 miles across and "roughly 100 million
Sun later this year, astronomers believe it could emerge from its close encounter as one of the brightest comets ever seen from Earth . Now, Hubble has captured a stunning image of the approaching ice-ball in flight, against a backdrop bursting with
WASHINGTON: Hubble Space Telescope has discovered out a new Moon orbiting around the Neptune, Eighth and the farthest Planet from the sun of Solar System. NASA has testified the discovery of this new moon. New discovered moon
The Hubble space telescope has been responsible for some of the most important discoveries in astronomy over the past two decades. From discovering the rate of expansion of the universe to confirming the existence of black holes at the center
The object, known for now as S/2004 N1, is the first Neptunian moon to be found in a decade. Its diminutive size raises questions as to how it survived the chaos thought to have created the giant planet's other moons. The faint moon was discovered in
Neptune, the eighth and farthest planet from our Sun, now has 14 moons...The new moon is currently being called S/2004 N 1 and is no more than 12 miles across the smallest that researchers have ever found around Neptune. When seen from Earth it is