KELT-9b is one of the hottest gas giants ever found and is uninhabitable.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (N.A.S.A.), the agency responsible for managing U.S. space research and other activities, organises this day.
2023 is set to be another busy year. Here are five of the most exciting missions to watch out for.
The new study, which was published on December 16 in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, used the powerful EAGLE simulations to analyse a group of galaxies in detail, using an AI algorithm to classify galaxies based on their shape.
Scientists have used it to make the first-ever audio recording of an extraterrestrial whirlwind.
The spacecraft splashed down in the Pacific Ocean at 9:40 PST, 12:40 EST, completing the agency’s Artemis I flight test.
The finding suggests that the planet’s deceptively quiet surface may hide a more tumultuous interior than previously thought.
Humans have long attempted to unravel the mysteries of Mars, and Red Planet Day is observed annually to commemorate the November 28, 1964 launch of Mariner 4, the first spacecraft to land on Mars.
The launch is scheduled at 11.46 am on Saturday, said the national space agency headquartered.
On its way to the Moon, the spacecraft is scheduled to perform additional course correction burns. On Thursday, November 17, the second outbound trajectory burn is scheduled to occur.
Webb’s Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) instrument captured this image of galaxy cluster MACS0647 and the very distant galaxy MACS0647-JD.
A live NASA webcast of the blastoff showed the two-stage, 23-story-tall Falcon 9 ascending from the launch tower as its nine Merlin engines roared to life.
Bertozzi from Stanford University, US; Meldal from University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Sharpless from Scripps Research, US have been awarded “for the development of click chemistry and bioorthogonal chemistry”
This day is important because it celebrates the work of architects and their contribution to society. It is also a day to raise awareness about the importance of architecture and its impact on our lives.
The finale to the suicide spaceflight, humanity’s first attempt to alter the motion of an asteroid or any celestial body, played out in a NASA webcast.
Several industrial, automotive and healthcare applications rely on accurate and precise measurement of pressure.
The giant planet will also be making its closest approach to the Earth in the last 70 years – a rare coincidence and a cosmic treat for all skygazers.
In addition, the Artemis I mission will carry two mannequins designed to study the effects of radiation on women’s bodies so that NASA can learn how to protect female astronauts better.
The instantaneous launch window is at 10:22 p.m. ET (02:22 UTC on August 28). A live webcast of this mission will begin about five minutes prior to liftoff.
NASA’s SDO watches the Sun continuously and has greatly contributed to the scientific community’s understanding of the closest star.
Firstly, the standalone view of Jupiter (pictured above) was created from a composite of several images from Webb, where auroras are seen extending to high altitudes above both the northern and southern poles of the giant planet.
This has critical impacts not just on our timekeeping, but also things like GPS and other technologies that govern our modern life.
He is best known for his Gaia hypothesis, developed with the brilliant US biologist Lynn Margulis in the 1970s, which transformed the way we think of life on Earth.
However, the school system is not set up to help them address their concerns and learn the information they seek.
Last month, the tech billionaire said that his space venture SpaceX aims to build over 1,000 Starships to transport life to Mars.