Get latest articles and stories on Science at LatestLY. Using the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), researchers have identified the most distant globular clusters ever discovered. These dense groups of millions of stars may be relics that contain the ...
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Webb's First Deep Field. Thousands of galaxies flood this near-infrared, high-resolution image of galaxy cluster SMACS 0723. Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI.
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The waxing crescent moon will appear above the brightest star in the constellation of Scorpius — Antares — tonight (Sept. 30).
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On the six-part television series based on Shankari Chandran's book, the actress will also serve as an associate producer. Chandran will star in and produce the new drama series based on the 2017 book, according to a recent Deadline story.
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Population III stars would have been so massive that the supernovae that saw the tumultuous ends of their lives would have seeded vast expanses of space with heavy elements. But direct evidence of these primordial stellar behemoths has evaded astronomers, ...
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The 25-year-old actress, who joined Netflix's dazzling Regency romance series earlier this year as Edwina Sharma, the debutante crowned 'the diamond of the season' by Queen Charlotte, is set to take the lead role in upcoming drama Song of the Sun God.
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The NASA telescope reports remarkable results in the search for life in the universe. Scientists declare themselves ready to explore alien worlds. James Webb, the NASA telescope, continues the journey to observe thousands of exoplanets.
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A team of astronomers studying the gas surrounding a distant quasar believe it may carry remnants of one of the universe's first stars. Key Details. The first stars are known as Population III stars (the three star populations were named in the order ...
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Using NSF's NOIRLab's Gemini North telescope on Hawai'i, astronomers discovered an unusual ratio of elements that could potentially only come from the debris produced by the all-consuming explosion of a 300-solar-mass first-generation star.
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