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Two Alien Minerals Unknown to Earth Found in Meteorite

Geologists have discovered two alien minerals unknown to Earth in a meteorite in Somalia. A small, 2.5 ounce (70-gram) fragment of the fifteen thousand kilogram fallen comet known as El Ali revealed the alien ore. Scientists stumbled upon the unknown...

European Space Agency Plans to Beam Solar Energy From Space

The European Space Agency (ESA) is contemplating the plan of the Solaris initiative to beam solar energy from space in order to distribute electricity wirelessly to Earth. The aim of the Solaris program is to have giant satellites in orbit,...

Scientists Create Black Hole in Lab, and It Started to Glow

Scientists created a lab-grown black hole that began glowing after simulating an event horizon to test a Stephen Hawking theory. A group of scientists created an analog for the black hole in a laboratory by analyzing the properties of the...

The Mystic Allure of the Space Observatory Atop a Greek Mountain

Up on the slopes of central Greece stands a planetarium and observatory of unparalleled educational value to the area and beyond.

A Solar Power Station in Space? Here’s How it Would Work

The UK government is reportedly considering a £16 billion proposal to build a solar power station in space. By Jovana Radulovic Yes, you read that right. Space-based solar power is one of the technologies to feature in the government’s Net Zero...

Black Hole Crash in Deep Space Leaves Scientists Puzzled

As part of the most extreme phenomena in the universe, black hole crashes evident in deep space as two massive, invisible bodies spiral toward each other has left scientists puzzled and pondering about the phenomenon. During black hole collisions, they...

Star in Distant Galaxy “Eats” its Companion

The stars in the distant galaxy of our Milky Way are their long-term committed relationship with each other. Yet, there is one star astrologers and scientists have identified that likes to eat its companion. Unlike the lonely sun, the...

China Launches New Satellite to Study the Sun

China's first dedicated observatory for thorough solar investigation will launch from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on October 9. 

Planet Survived its Dying Star: Lessons for Our Solar System

For the first time ever, astronomers have astrophysical evidence that Jupiter and other planets in the solar system will survive the death of the Sun.  By Dimitri Veras How will the Solar System die? It’s a hugely important question that researchers...

‘There’s Life Out There,’ Scientists in Search for Exoplanets Claim

Australian scientists have recently detected radio signals from nineteen red dwarf stars using Earth's strongest antenna—the Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR), located in the Netherlands. A study detailing the findings was published in Nature Astronomy. The study shows that four of those...