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A Very “Extreme” Dead Star in the Universe has Suddenly Come Back to Life

The most extreme stars in the cosmos have just become even more startling and enigmatic. When a “dead” neutron star with one of the strongest magnetic fields in the universe suddenly came back to life, scientists were shocked. Reactivating this…

Source of the Brightest Known Light Burst has Been Found by Researchers

However, in the process, scientists have encountered two more significant mysteries, one of which raises questions about the origins of our heavy elements, such as gold. It is now known that the 2022 light burst had an exploding star at…

Uranus and Neptune are Not as Massive as Previously Believed, Study Suggest

The ice giants Neptune and Uranus may not be as wet as originally believed, according to a study. Enormous volumes of frozen methane might possibly be present in them, which could help explain how they formed. The frozen water reserves…

SpaceX Takes Off from Cape Canaveral With a Falcon 9 Rocket for the Starlink mission

From Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, SpaceX launched its most recent batch of Starlink satellites. The business launched its 24th specialized Starlink vehicle in 2024 with the Falcon 9. At 1:40 a.m. EDT (0540 UTC), the Starlink 6-48 mission was…

First Dedicated Rideshare Mission with a Mid-Inclination is Launched by SpaceX

On April 7, SpaceX launched the first in a planned series of dedicated rideshare missions, putting 11 military and commercial satellites into orbits with a mid-inclination. On the Bandwagon-1 mission, a Falcon 9 blasted out from Launch Complex 39A at…

SpaceX Launches Falcon 9 on Friday on the Starlink Mission from Cape Canaveral in the Predawn Hours

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Friday morning brightened the predawn darkness two hours before sunrise. Launch Complex 40 saw the early-bird Starlink 6-47 mission lift off at 5:12 a.m. EDT, delivering a…

SpaceX will Launch 23 Starlink Satellites This Morning From Florida

Early this morning (April 5), SpaceX plans to launch a second batch of its internet satellites into orbit. During an hour-long window that begins at 5:12 a.m. EDT (0912 GMT) today, a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 23 of SpaceX’s Starlink…

Researchers Produce a Magnetically Enhanced Stable Superconductor

Researchers from the University of Würzburg, along with members of an international team, have succeeded in producing a unique state of superconductivity. This finding might help in the advancement of quantum computing. Nature Physics has published the findings. Superconductors are…

The Largest Digital Camera Ever Made is Prepared to Explore the Dark Cosmos

The ten-year Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) of the Vera C. Rubin Observatory will shortly start, surveying the entire sky thousands of times across the southern hemisphere. A camera of comparable size is needed for a mission of…

More Information on the Asteroid Crash with Spacecraft Is Described in a Study

Scientists report that fresh evidence supports findings from a previous study that suggested the targeted object’s form was altered after a spaceship collided with an asteroid. The most recent investigation looks at the impact of the asteroid strike after another…

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