- Daily MailApr 20 02:25 PM
Using data from the Cassini spacecraft, astronomers from Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics are considering multiple orbits to create ‘X marks the spot' for Planet Nine location.
- EurekAlert!Apr 04 07:46 AM
( Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics ) Last February a team of astronomers reported detecting an afterglow from a mysterious event called a fast radio burst, which would pinpoint the precise position of the burst's origin. These findings were quickly called into question by follow-up observations. New research by Harvard astronomers Peter Williams and Edo Berger shows that the radio ...
- SpaceDailyApr 06 09:27 PM
ALMA's best image of a protoplanetary disc to date. This picture of the nearby young star TW Hydrae reveals the classic rings and gaps that signify planets are in formation in this system.
- National GeographicApr 26 10:52 PM
The Big Dipper will point the way to a beautiful cosmic duo that will be easy to see with binoculars.
- The HinduApr 03 08:09 AM
It is similar in size to Jupiter
- Wired UKApr 20 03:21 AM
Scientists working with data captured by Nasa's Cassini spacecraft have identified a region of the Solar System that they say is most likely to conceal Planet Nine. By: K.G Orphanides, Continue reading...
We are closing in on possible whereabouts of Pla... - New Scientist
- Science DailyApr 04 08:53 AM
Last February a team of astronomers reported detecting an afterglow from a mysterious event called a fast radio burst, which would pinpoint the precise position of the burst's origin. These findings were quickly called into question by follow-up observations. New research shows that the radio emission believed to be an afterglow actually originated from a distant galaxy's core and was ...
- SpaceDailyApr 06 12:14 AM
The colormap on the surface shows the electric field amplitude. Image courtesy University of Oklahoma.
- SPACE.com via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsApr 21 04:21 AM
Japan's troubled Hitomi satellite managed to collect some science data before going silent last month, scientists said. Officials haven't heard from the Hitomi X-ray astronomy satellite since late March, about six weeks after the satellite's launch, and the craft appears to have broken into several pieces. "I am aware of the situation right now with Hitomi," Hornschemeier said here Sunday (April...
- Quartz via Yahoo! FinanceApr 20 04:04 AM
Scientists have narrowed down the location of the mysterious Planet Nine. Wait, isn’t Pluto the ninth planet? Not since 2006, when the International Astronomical Union (IAU) downgraded it to a dwarf planet. Ever since, astronomers have been lobbying the IAU to change its mind. The latest attempt was to say that because Pluto passes the…