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Supermassive Black Holes in 'Red Geyser' Galaxies Cause Galactic Warming

6 hours ago − University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 26, 2016) - An international team of scientists, including the University of Kentucky's Renbin Yan, have uncovered a new class of galaxies, called "red geysers," with supermassive black hole winds so hot and energetic that stars can't form. …
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• A Look Beyond the Horizon of Events − 6 hours ago
• Number of Habitable Planets Could Be Limited by Stifling Atmospheres − 6 hours ago
• Science Instruments of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Successfully Installed − Yesterday
• NASA Scientist Suggests Possible Link Between Primordial Black Holes And Dark Matter − Yesterday
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Closing in on the Elusive Rotational-vibrational CH5+ Spectra
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 24, 2016 -- Protonated methane, a.k.a. CH5+, is a highly unusual molecule that scientists and astronomers suspect may be found within the interstellar medium where stars…
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A Look Beyond the Horizon of Events
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Number of Habitable Planets Could Be Limited by Stifling Atmospheres
New research has revealed that fewer than predicted planets may be capable of harbouring life because their atmospheres keep them too hot. When looking for planets that could…
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Galaxy, Milky Way

OU Astrophysicists Detect Most Luminous Diffuse Gamma-ray Emission from Arp 220


2 days ago − University of Oklahoma
• Supermassive Black Hole Wind Can Stop New Stars from Forming − 6 hours ago
• Supermassive Black Holes in 'Red Geyser' Galaxies Cause Galactic Warming − 6 hours ago
• Astronomers Confirm Faintest Early-universe Galaxy Ever Seen − 2 days ago
• The Dark Side of the Fluffiest Galaxies − 3 days ago
• Cosmic Heavy Metals Help Scientists Trace the History of Galaxies − 7 days ago
• We'll Leave the Lights on for You − 8 days ago
 
Black Hole, Quasar, Pulsar

Supermassive Black Holes May Be Lurking Everywhere in the Universe


1 months ago − University of California - Berkeley
• Behemoth Black Hole Found in an Unlikely Place − 1 months ago
• Earth-space Telescope System Produces Hot Surprise − 1 months ago
• New Research Shows Quasars Slowed Star Formation − 2 months ago
• Record-breaking Ultraviolet Winds Discovered Near Black Hole − 2 months ago
• York University Astrophysicists Detect Ultra-fast Winds Near Supermassive Black Hole − 2 months ago
• NASA Station Leads Way for Improved Measurements of Earth Orientation, Shape − 2 months ago
 
Exoplanet, Asteroid, Comet

Hot Super-Earths Stripped by Host Stars: 'Cooked' Planets Shrink Due to Radiation


1 months ago − University of Birmingham
• Most Eccentric Planet Ever Known Flashes Astronomers with Reflected Light − 2 months ago
• Mars' Moon Phobos Is Slowly Falling Apart − 6 months ago
• Hubble Uncovers the Fading Cinders of Some of Our Galaxy's Earliest Homesteaders − 6 months ago
• Southampton Researchers Find a New Way to Weigh a Star − 7 months ago
• Telescopes Team Up to Find Distant Uranus-sized Planet Through Microlensing − 10 months ago
• Astronomers Discover Powerful Aurora Beyond Solar System − 10 months ago
 
Our Moon

NASA Data Leads to Rare Discovery: Earth's Moon Wandered Off Axis Billions of Years Ago


2 months ago − Southern Methodist University
• SwRI Scientists Discover Fresh Lunar Craters − 2 days ago
• Rare Full Moon on Christmas Day − 5 months ago
• NASA's LRO Discovers Earth's Pull Is 'Massaging' Our Moon − 8 months ago
• Squeezing Out Mountains, Mathematically, on Jupiter's Moon Io − 8 days ago
• Supernova Iron Found on the Moon − 1 months ago
• Timeless Thoughts on the Definition of Time − 2 months ago
 
Mars

Found: Surviving Evidence of Earth's Formative Years


14 days ago − Carnegie Institution for Science
• Hubble Takes Mars Portrait Near Close Approach − 6 days ago
• Close-up of the Red Planet − 6 days ago
• Number of Habitable Planets Could Be Limited by Stifling Atmospheres − 6 hours ago
• Mars' Surface Revealed in Unprecedented Detail − 1 months ago
• Microscopic 'Timers' Reveal Likely Source of Galactic Space Radiation − 1 months ago
• NASAs New Horizons Fills Gap in Space Environment Observations − 1 months ago
 
Jupiter, Saturn & Other Solar Systems

IRIS Releases New Imagery of Mercury Transit


7 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• Exoplanets' Complex Orbital Structure Points to Planetary Migration in Solar Systems − 15 days ago
• Satellites to See Mercury Enter Spotlight on May 9 − 22 days ago
• CU Study: Ancient Mars Bombardment Likely Enhanced Life-supporting Habitat − 1 months ago
• Most Eccentric Planet Ever Known Flashes Astronomers with Reflected Light − 2 months ago
• Mercury's Mysterious 'Darkness' Revealed − 2 months ago
• A Proposed Superconductivity Theory Receives Exclusive Experimental Confirmation − 2 months ago
 
Hubble & Space Telescopes

Science Instruments of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Successfully Installed


Yesterday − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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• Hubble Finds Clues to the Birth of Supermassive Black Holes − Yesterday
• Astronomers Confirm Faintest Early-universe Galaxy Ever Seen − 2 days ago
• Hubble Takes Mars Portrait Near Close Approach − 6 days ago
• Close-up of the Red Planet − 6 days ago
• Supernova Reserve Fuel Tank Clue to Big Parents: ANU Media Release − 8 days ago
 
Space Flight

Hubble Sees a Star 'Inflating' a Giant Bubble


1 months ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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