A Spectacular Rare Green Comet Lighting Up the Sky? An Expert on What To Expect From Nishimura (

Of all the objects in the Solar System, perhaps the most spectacular are the great comets that occasionally grace our skies. If you’ve been on social media in the past few days, you’ve probably seen articles proclaiming we have such a comet in our skies right now: C/2023 P1 (Nishimura).

Hunting for Life Beyond Earth: Coronagraphs, Starshades, and Alien Biosignatures (

Planning is underway for NASA's Habitable Worlds Observatory In early August, scientists and engineers gathered in a small auditorium at Caltech to discuss how to build the first space telescope capable of detecting life on planets like Earth. The proposed mission concept, called the Habitable Worl

Stunning Discoveries: Polar Ring Galaxies Not So Rare After All? (

Queen’s researchers lead the discovery of two potential polar ring galaxies. A group of international astronomers, including researchers from Queen’s University, has identified two potential polar ring galaxies, according to results published on September 13 in the Monthly Notices of the Royal As

Universe Defies Einstein’s Predictions: Cosmic Structure Growth Mysteriously Suppressed (

Scientists have discovered that cosmic structures grow slower than Einstein's Theory of General Relativity predicts, with dark energy playing a more dominant inhibitory role than previously thought. This finding may reshape our understanding of dark matter, dark energy, and fundamental cosmic theori

NASA’s Lucy Spacecraft Snaps First Images of Asteroid Dinkinesh on Its 12-Year Voyage of Discovery (

NASA's Lucy spacecraft provides its first glimpse of asteroid Dinkinesh. Over a span of two months, Lucy will get closer, testing its systems before a close flyby on November 1, 2023. The small dot moving against the background of stars is the first view from NASA’s Lucy spacecraft of the main be

Webb discovers methane and carbon dioxide in atmosphere of K2-18 b (

A new investigation by an international team of astronomers using data from the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope into K2-18 b, an exoplanet 8.6 times as massive as Earth, has revealed the presence of carbon-bearing molecules including methane and carbon dioxide. The discovery adds to recent studies suggesting that K2-18 b...

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