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Rogue black holes skulk Milky Way perimeter
Hundreds of rogue black holes left over from the galaxy building days of the early Universe could be wandering loose in the Milky Way, say Harvard-Smithsonian astrophysicists. The good news is that ... read more
Do We Need to Rewrite General Relativity?
It’s a tantalizing thought, but as Perimeter Institute physicist John Moffat ... Working together, they can create real images of whatever is right outside the black hole at the center of the Milky ... read more
Surviving the Ultimate Family River Trip
Almost as quickly as the lightning had materialized, we were out from under it, below a growing hole in the ominous black clouds. We'd gotten lucky ... the remnants of the day's storm had dissipated, ... read more
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How many habitable planets are there in the galaxy?
But the good news is that if that trend in mass they saw is correct, the Milky Way is littered with planets the mass of the Earth! If some of them are in the habitable zone of their star… well. So a ... read more
Serious blow to dark matter theories? New study finds mysterious lack of dark matter in Sun's neighborhood
This annotated artist’s impression shows the Milky Way galaxy. The blue halo of material surrounding the galaxy indicates the expected distribution of the mysterious dark matter. New measurements ... read more
The Nuclear Stellar Cluster in the Seyfert~1 Galaxy NGC 3227: High Angular Resolution NIR Imaging and Spectroscopy
Star-burst phenomenon has been indeed identified in some active galactic nuclei on ∼ 10 2 pc scales, which could represent outskirts of a dusty torus surrounding the central black hole [18 ... and ... read more
White-listing Azure cloud connections to grease your Office 365 wheels? About that...
If a netadmin has white-listed all of azureedge.net, then that's another way in. This is all according to Dwyer ... we're told the trusted domains could potentially be used by network intruders and ... read more
Map of universe questioned: Dwarf galaxies don't fit standard model
Credit: NASA, Holland Ford (JHU), the ACS Science Team and ESA Satellite dwarf galaxies at the edges of the Milky Way and neighboring Andromeda defy the accepted model of galaxy formation, and recent ... read more
Massive ‘rogue’ planet with unexplained aurora glow discovered drifting far beyond our solar system
The ‘rogue’ object is not attached to any star, and is the first of its kind to be discovered using a radio telescope from Earth. Both its mass and the enormous strength of its magnetic field ... read more
Comet crystals feel the heat
“We concluded that this is a third way… one not considered before,” says lead researcher Peter Abraham of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ Konkoly Observatory in Budapest. The implication is that ... read more
New black spot on Jupiter
[Update (18:00 GMT): Well,it looks like it really may have been an impact! Smaller black spots have been found, and the shape of the big spot indicates a trajectory for the incoming bolide. I’m still ... read more
The transcension hypothesis: Sufficiently advanced civilizations invariably leave our universe, and implications for METI and SETI
If all universal intelligence eventually transcends to black-hole-like environments, after which some form of merger and selection occurs, and if two-way messaging (a send–receive cycle) is severely ... read more