The mysterious Great Dark Spot on Neptune has been observed from Earth for the first time

Orbiting nearly 3 million miles from the sun, Neptune is distant from Earth. However, thanks to the development of science and technology, observing and studying this planet is becoming more and more convenient. Using the ESO Very Large Telescope (VLT), international astronomers recently observed a large dark spot in Neptune’s atmosphere, besides a smaller bright … Read more

The Nebula of the Ring appeared magically in the eyes of the Hubble telescope

The world’s most expensive space telescope James Webb has just continued to show its irreplaceable importance in the field of astronomical research, bringing to mankind a precious image of the Ring Nebula with a high resolution. amazing detail. First discovered in the 18th Century and located about 2,500 light-years from Earth, north of the constellation … Read more

Clouds on Neptune may have been created by the Sun

Orbiting nearly 3 million miles from the sun, Neptune is located at a remote location from Earth. However, the knowledge that we already know about the atmosphere and weather conditions on this planet is not small at all. Violent storms were observed on Neptune when the Voyager 2 spacecraft passed by the planet in the … Read more

Admire the "spooky" galaxy NGC 6684 through the eyes of the Hubble telescope

NASA/ESA’s Hubble Space Telescope has just continued to prove its importance in the field of astronomical research, bringing to mankind a wonderful image, showing the magical beauty of a celestial body. The lenticular galaxy lies 44 million light-years from Earth. Called NGC 6684, this galaxy is located in the constellation Pavo, visible from the Southern … Read more

Detecting a mysterious question mark in the universe

Mysterious question mark

On June 26, the European Space Agency (ESA) released a new image taken by the James Webb telescope of the star pair Herbig-Haro 46/47 forming in the Vela Constellation located far from Earth. Soil is about 1,470 light years. Surprisingly, there is a big red question mark (?) in the photo. Although it is not … Read more

Fastest star in the Milky Way, speed 8,226,967 km/h

Astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics have discovered the fastest flying star ever seen in the Milky Way, setting a record at 8,226,967 km/h. The white dwarf star J0927 blasted through space at incredible speed from a giant explosion. At this rate, it could one day completely escape the gravitational pull of the Milky … Read more

Water vapor detected in a star's planet-forming region

One of the big open questions about Earth and how life formed is the origin of the planet’s water. You can assume that water has existed since the dawn of the Earth, and is one of the ingredients that make up our blue planet. This statement is not entirely correct. There is another view that … Read more

Uranus's 4 icy moons can exist liquid water oceans

Water is considered one of the essential elements constituting life on Earth, and is also the most studied chemical compound in the universe by humans. When it comes to exploring the planets in our solar system, most attention is focused on those closest to Earth, where human spacecraft can easily visit or track. than. With … Read more