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James Webb Telescope confirmed the existence of its first exoplanet

The The James Webb Space Telescope has confirmed the existence of its first exoplanet, which is rocky, 41 light-years from Earth, and almost the same size as Earth. The existence of the exoplanet, classified as LHS 475bwas suggested by data from NASA’s TESS satellite, so the researchers decided to observe the object with James Webb, …

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NASA identifies dozens of methane super emitters in space

By adapting the utility of a technological tool, NASA hit on what could be a true climate revolution against methane. Using a tool designed to study how dust affects climate, scientists from the United States Aerospace Agency (NASA) have identified more than 50 points around the world that emit significant levels of methane, a development …

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NASA identifies dozens of methane super emitters in space

By adapting the utility of a technological tool, NASA hit on what could be a true climate revolution against methane. Using a tool designed to study how dust affects climate, scientists from the United States Aerospace Agency (NASA) have identified more than 50 points around the world that emit significant levels of methane, a development …

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JWST captivates with new image of the spectacular Pillars of Creation

Since the Hubble Space Telescope captured in 1995 the so-called Pillars of Creationbecame one of the favorite astronomical objects for fans of these phenomena. At a range of 6,500 light yearstake the curious name by the gas and dust that form themis in the process of creating new stars, which were recently captured by the …

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China launches space observatory to unravel secrets of the Sun

China launched this Sunday into space a solar exploration satellite from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, in the northwest of the country, with the aim of promote the scientific effort of the country to unravel the secrets of the Sun. The Advanced Space-based Solar Observatory (ASO-S), nicknamed Kuafu-1 in Chinese, it was launched aboard a …

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China launches space observatory to unravel secrets of the Sun

China launched this Sunday into space a solar exploration satellite from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, in the northwest of the country, with the aim of promote the scientific effort of the country to unravel the secrets of the Sun. The Advanced Space-based Solar Observatory (ASO-S), nicknamed Kuafu-1 in Chinese, it was launched aboard a …

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A new finding demolishes what we thought we knew about FRBs, powerful radio signals from outer space

An international team of researchers has just revealed in the journal ‘Nature’ a series of features never before observed in FRBs, the mysterious fast radio bursts that reach us from deep space. The finding, which contradicts the current explanation of the origin of these strange radio signals, dismantles what we thought we knew about them …

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“A space treasure”: The James Webb telescope takes its first direct image of an exoplanet

Launched last Christmas, the space telescope james webb is facing new firsts. This time it has been his first direct image of a planet outside the Solar Systemand the chosen one has been HIP65426ba gas giant and therefore not habitable. This exoplanet was discovered in 2017, it has between six and twelve times the mass …

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‘the ultimate goal is to settle on the Moon, to have a base’

In another chapter of your new DNAAndrea Obaid spoke with the Chilean scientist and engineer from NASA, Edward Bendeckabout him delayed release of Artemis 1. The space mission that seeks to reach the Moon, without crew, had to postpone its takeoff due to technical problems. Given this, its launch was rescheduled. Bendek, while assuming This …

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