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How To Spot Comet Lovejoy With The Naked Eye

Comet Q2 Lovejoy passed closest to Earth on January 7th and has been putting on a great show this past week. Glowing at magnitude +4 with a bluish coma nearly as big as the Full Moon, the comet's easy to see with the naked eye from the right location if you know exactly where to look.

Be patient– alien contact is now only years away, scientists have calculated. Researchers at Cornell University have developed a new equation to explain the Fermi Paradox, which suggest… Mind Blowing Theories, Fermi Paradox, Theories About The Universe, Science, Sci Fi Art, Mind Blown, Creepy, Mindfulness, Neon Signs

Scientists solve the Fermi Paradox

Be patient– alien contact is now only 1,500 years away, scientists have calculated. Researchers at Cornell University have developed a new equation to...

Winds a quarter the speed of light seen leaving mysterious X-ray binary systems Cosmos, Binary Star, Neutron Star, Light Speed, Star System, Deep Space, Stargazing, Mystery, Black Holes

Powerful winds spotted from mysterious X-ray binaries

ESA's XMM-Newton has discovered gas streaming away at a quarter of the speed of light from very bright X-ray binaries in two nearby galaxies.

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An international team of scientists has found evidence of a series of massive supernova explosions near our solar system, which showered the Earth with radioactive debris. Cosmos, Shock Wave, Space Telescope, Science News, Kid Science, Our Solar System, To Infinity And Beyond, Our Planet, Geology

Ancient supernovae showered radioactive iron on our planet, say astronomers

A pair of new studies examine deposits of a radioactive isotope of iron to investigate ancient supernova explosions near our planet.