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Scientists are expected to unveil the first-ever photograph of a black hole this Wednesday. Here's what we know about the project and what it could help us discover.Read more from ABC News
I am waiting with trepidation!
Astronomers have taken the first ever image of a black hole, which is located in a distant galaxy.Read more from BBC News
Did not disappoint!!
I was worried it would be an indistinguishable blip.
Helium hydride, or HeH+, formed just after the Big Bang nearly 14 billion years ago, said scientists with Germany's Max Planck Institute for Radioastronomy. According to NASA, the early universe was hot after the Big Bang, with mostly hydrogen and helium atoms existing at the time. Once those atoms merged to form molecules, such as helium hydride, the universe started to cool down. ...Read more from amp.usatoday.com
The latest measurement of the expansion rate of the Universe is in, and it has confirmed with more certainty than ever that we have a real dilly of a pickle on our hands. Once again, the result has shown that the Universe is expanding much faster than it should be based on the conditions just after the Big Bang.The Universe's rate of expansion is called the Hubble Constant, and it's been...Read more from www.sciencealert.com
Astronomers have witnessed a black hole ripping apart a nearby star and spraying jets of plasma into space like a rotating sprinkler.Read more from ABC News
That seems more apocalyptic than "my" virii"
Researchers from various teams including Yale and the University of California-Santa Cruz created the Hubble Legacy Field which includes 265,000 galaxies dating back 13.3 billion years.