Astronomers May Have Discovered Universe’s Most Distant Galaxy, Located 13.5 Billion Light-Years Away

[ad_1] Researchers have discovered what they believe to be the farthest astronomical object yet discovered: HD1, a galaxy candidate estimated to be 13.5 billion light-years away. That’s an incredible 100 million light-years away from the currently known farthest galaxy, GN-z11. HD1 shines brightly in ultraviolet light, indicating that the galaxy is teeming with activity. As…

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Russia’s Roscosmos Will Convey Plan to Terminate ISS Cooperation to Putin in Near Future

[ad_1] The Russian space agency, Roscosmos, will inform Russian President Vladimir Putin in the near future of its opinion on whether to continue cooperating with Western partners on the International Space Station (ISS), Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin told Sputnik. “Our stance was recently discussed at the supervisory board of Roscosmos, which includes representatives of key…

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Scientists Reprogram Ageing Skill Cells to Rejuvenate Them, Rewind Cellular Biological Clock

[ad_1] Scientists at Babraham Institute have developed a new technique for rejuvenating skin cells. This technique has allowed scientists to rewind the cellular biological clock by around 30 years according to molecular measures, significantly longer than previous reprogramming methods. The results of the research were published in the journal, ‘eLife’. Scientists have been able to…

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W Boson Particles Weigh More Than Normal, Study Finds, Surprising Scientists

[ad_1] A recent experiment showed that a fundamental particle – W boson – weighed more than expected. The mass difference is an important facet for scientists to explain how the universe and its different forces work. The experiment was conducted at the US government’s Fermi National Accelerator Lab (or Fermilab).  During the experiment, scientists crashed the…

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Temperatures on These Exoplanets Are Melting Rocks, NASA Hubble Space Telescope Reveals

[ad_1] NASA scientists have found planets where the temperature goes past 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit (roughly 1650 degrees Celsius), enough to melt even titanium. During their studies of ultra-hot exoplanets, teams of astronomers working with the NASA Hubble Telescope reported on WASP-178b, an exoplanet 1300 light-years away.  Using NASA’s iconic Hubble Space Telescope, the astronomers found…

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