China National Space Administration launched its 300th Long March mission last week. Long March 3B rocket launched on March 10 that took off from Xichang…
This photo shows the deepest image or most detailed image of the Universe ever taken. The photo was taken by Hubble Space Telescope. The dark…View More Hubble Telescope Took Deepest Image of the Universe
Hubble Telescope has captured an awesome image of the Triangulum Galaxy. The galaxy is three million light-years from our own Milky Way galaxy. The image is created from 54 different images which consists of 665 million pixels. The view is so large that it spans “an area more than 19,000 light-years across.”View More Hubble Telescope Snaps the Most Detailed Image Near Milky Way
Dark Matter is one of the mysterious phenomena in space. We know very little about it. So Dark matter is a theorized form of matter that is believed to account for approximately 80% of the mass of matter in the universe, and about a quarter of its total energy density. It is invisible to us and is almost impossible to see dark matter.View More Hubble Telescope Created a New Way to See Dark Matter
One of the most famous telescopes NASA Hubble has captured impressive images of Saturn’s extraordinary aurora. Space scientist using the ESA Hubble Space telescope took a series of shots using ultraviolet light, resulting in composites that show a wider range of light than humans can see with the naked eye.View More Watch Incredible View of Saturn Extraordinary Aurora
It’s hard to believe that this image of Neptune was taken by a telescope right here on Earth. The incredible image of Neptune was snapped with the MUSE (Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer) instrument on the Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile. The instrument was recently upgraded with a new way to see space called laser tomography, and it’s already showing its impressive capabilities.View More Incredible View of Image of Neptune That Was Taken From Earth
According to space.com “When the sun shield deploys upon Webb’s arrival at its deep-space destination — a gravitationally stable spot about 930,000 miles (1.5 million kilometers) from Earth — the shield will be about the size of a tennis court, mission team members have said”.View More How Big Is the Most Ambitious James Webb Space Telescope?
The most well object Oumuamua got an unexpected boost in speed, NASA’s scientists have confirmed using observations from Hubble Space Telescope and ground-based observatories. “Our high-precision measurements of “Oumuamua’s position revealed that there was something affecting its motion other than the gravitational forces of the Sun and planets,” said Marco Micheli of ESA’s (European Space Agency) Space Situational Awareness Near-Earth Object Coordination Centre in Frascati, Italy, and lead author of a paper describing the team’s findings.View More Is First Well-known Oumuamua an Interstellar Asteroid or Comet?