Cosmic Spitballs: Milky Way Gushing Planet-Size Spitballs
Cosmic Spitballs have been discovered by a team of researchers gushing around the Milky Way. The huge gas balls are said to root from stars ripeed by the powerful gravity of the black hole in the middle of Milky Way.
The Alien’s Den: Could They Be Lurking Around Clouds Of Failed Stars?
Is This Where Aliens Might Be Hiding After All These Years? Could This Be The Reason Why We Haven't Got Any Concrete Evidence Of Alien Life? What's The Truth Behind Claims That Aliens Are Just Living Around The Clouds Of Failed Stars?
Stars Produce Heavy Elements, New Observation Confirms
Stars are made up of gases and dust. Regularly stars are said to produce heavy elements also, as a new observation confirms.
Nintendo Switch To Cash In With The Growing Pokemon Hype
Nintendo is adding a new Pokemon title, the Pokemon Sun and Moon among the Nintendo Switch game titles. Click to know more what to Nintendo plans to do with the Pokemon Franchise.
A Group Of Fast Rotating Stars In Our Galaxy Has Finally Been Discovered, But Is There A Catch?
As Physicist And Astronomers Continue Their Quest About Space Exploration, Can The Discovery Of The Fast Rotating Stars In Our Galaxy Mean That The Planet Earth Is Bound To Something Heading Down Its Way?
Supermassive Black Hole Eats A Star
The ICRAR has observed and documented a nearby star being devoured by a black hole 300 light years away from Earth.
Comet factory discovered - It's a cashew!
A 'comet trap' discovered 390 light years from Earth may answer a long-running debate about how asteroids, comets and planets form in your solar systems.
Spitzer telescope photographs young stars in the countryside
The Spitzer Space Telescope has taken photographs of young stars at the edge of our galaxy and the public is invited to help NASA find new stars.
SS Cygni binary star system mystery solved with help from amateur astronomers
Amateur astronomers have helped professionals in solving a 14-year-old puzzle concerning SS Cygni star system, bursting with light.