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Gravitational Waves Boot Gigantic Black Hole from Galaxy's Core
A supermassive black hole heftier than 1 billion suns has been ejected from the core of its galaxy by gravitational waves, a new study suggests.
23/03/2017
Supermassive Black Hole Jettisoned From Galactic Core, New Study | Video
Hubble Space Telescope was use to image quasar 3C 186, the signature of a black hole, far from the core of its host galaxy. Astronomers have theorized that gravitational waves may be behind the movement of the ‘rogue’ supermassive black hole.
23/03/2017
'Life' Star Jake Gyllenhaal Fears No Aliens
The horrifying new science-fiction thriller "Life" seems like an astronaut's worst nightmare. But for co-star Jake Gyllenhaal, playing a terrified astronaut facing certain doom was one of the most fun and enjoyable roles of his career, he told Space.com.
23/03/2017
Cloud Atlas Now Online: See All the Bizarre Formations Around the World
The bizarre roll cloud and the beautiful asperitas cloud are among the additions to the latest International Cloud Atlas.
23/03/2017
Earth's Magnetic Cocoon Mapped in Extreme Detail
Satellites have provided a detailed view of the small but vitally important magnetic signals emitted by Earth's outer shell, known as the lithosphere, the European Space Agency (ESA) said.
23/03/2017
'Super Halos' Surround Milky Way-Like Galaxies In Early Universe | Video
Two galaxies have been been observed using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) with halos of hydrogen gas that extend for thousands of light years.
23/03/2017
More Launch Delays for Next Orbital ATK Cargo Ship, Ariane 5 Rocket
Two rocket launches scheduled for this week, one for Orbital ATK and the other for European launch provider Arianespace, have been delayed.
23/03/2017
'Life' on the Space Station: Stars, Director Talk About ISS in Sci-Fi Thriller
Daniel Espinosa believes NASA might forbid his new movie "LIFE" — which takes place on board the International Space Station — from being screened by the astronauts living aboard the real orbital outpost.
23/03/2017
Image of the Day
NGC 1448 is a spiral galaxy, but it looks more like a sparkling space frisbee.
23/03/2017
Photographing an Exoplanet: How Hard Can it Be?
There's a good reason humanity hasn't yet seen pictures of an Earth-like exoplanet
23/03/2017