The eruption of the Tonga volcano was unusual, it could even warm the earth

New York When an undersea volcano in Tonga erupted in January, its watery eruption was massive and unusual — and scientists are still trying to understand its effects. class=”cf”> A study published Thursday in the journal Science reports that the volcano, known as Henga Tonga Hong Hapai, released millions of tons of water vapor high … Read more

When and where to watch a live broadcast as NASA deliberately crashed a spacecraft into an asteroid for the first time

Illustration of NASA’s DART spacecraft and the Italian Space Agency’s (ASI) LICIACube spacecraft before … [+] Effect in the binary system Didymos. NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Steve Gribbin On Monday, September 26, 2022, NASA will intentionally collide with one of its spacecraft into an asteroid. The first ever mission to test technology to … Read more

Meet Samantha Cristoforetti, the soon-to-be Italian astronaut to become the commander of the International Space Station

MILAN, ITALY – OCTOBER 08: ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti speaks during … [+] ESA (European Space Agency) Futura Mission Press Conference At Central Station on October 8, 2015 in Milan, Italy, Samantha Cristoforetti with colleagues Expedition 42/43 and the Italian Space Agency is holding a series of press conferences to raise awareness of how to … Read more

New research says that most planets outside the solar system are cold, dry, and dominated by Earth

NASA’s Kepler mission has confirmed the discovery of the first rocky planet, called Kepler-10b. Measure … [+] 1.4 times the size of Earth, it is the smallest planet discovered outside our solar system. Kepler-10b an Exo-planet is a burning world, orbiting at a distance of 20 times more than its star from the planet Mercury … Read more

Meet Samantha Cristoforetti, the soon-to-be Italian astronaut to become the commander of the International Space Station

MILAN, ITALY – OCTOBER 08: ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti speaks during … [+] ESA (European Space Agency) Futura Mission Press Conference At Central Station on October 8, 2015 in Milan, Italy, Samantha Cristoforetti with colleagues Expedition 42/43 and the Italian Space Agency is holding a series of press conferences to raise awareness of how to … Read more

Star death! Cool technology helps NASA turn back the clock from 160,000 light-years away

Astronomers have narrowed the timeline of the explosive demise of a distant star with the help of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray Observatory. Have you heard about the explosion of stars? Yes, stars are exploding in the Milky Way and nearby galaxies, and astronomers have seen debris from dozens of exploding stars. However, … Read more

Comet Leonard, ‘blood moon’ star and ‘winged aurora’ star in this year’s annual astronomy photographer

Disconnection event © Gerald Rhemann Gerald Rahman Remember Comet Leonard, “Christmas Comet?” Astrophotographers got some amazing photos of him in time Several months later, one of them was awarded an international award for the best satellite image of the year. Gerald Rayman, whose photos of Comet Leonard were a must-see on social media during December … Read more

The Finnish radio telescope aims to protect satellites from solar storms

The main building of Mitsahovi and its 13.7-meter-high dome. Bruce Dormini Just 45 minutes west of Helsinki – through a forested ridge dotted with small villages and grain fields – a silent radio harbors a millimeter-wave radio telescope that has been tracking the sun’s cycles for decades now. It’s early September, and summer in Finland … Read more

The Finnish radio telescope aims to protect satellites from solar storms

The main building of Mitsahovi and its 13.7-meter-high dome. Bruce Dormini Just 45 minutes west of Helsinki – across a forested ridge dotted with small villages and grain fields – a silent radio harbors a millimeter-wave radio telescope that has been tracking the sun’s cycles for decades now. It’s early September, and summer in Finland … Read more

According to scientists, huge blobs in the Earth’s mantle could serve as a “diamond factory”

The boundary region between the mantle and the rocky middle layer of the planet and the molten mineral core may be Diamondproductive area! according to Modern lab experienceElements such as iron, carbon and water, all potential components found near the core-mantle boundary, can combine to make diamonds when exposed to high temperatures and pressures. If … Read more