Tag: Gravitational Lensing

A Powerful Wind of Molecules has been detected at a Distance of 12 Billion Light Years

A Powerful Wind of Molecules has been detected at a Distance of 12 Billion Light Years

Scientists might have found the self-regulating mechanism of galaxies. Continuous advancements in technology enable humanity to go deep into space. A couple of months back, astronomers found the brightest object (a quasar) ever discovered in the universe at a distance of 13 billion light years. Before that, Icarus (the most distant star) was also detected.…

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Hubble uncovers the Farthest Star ever seen

Hubble uncovers the Farthest Star ever seen

Scientists have seen Icarus, the farthest star ever seen, through Hubble Space Telescope The Hubble Space Telescope was launched in 1990 by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). It is the most versatile telescope that has ever been sent to space and that’s the reason why it has solved so many mysteries. One of…

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What are Neutron Stars?

What are Neutron Stars?

Neutron Stars smashed into each other to produce gravitational waves. The universe around us full of amazing phenomena and the advancement in technology has revealed some of them. Concepts like dark matter, distant stars, and supernova are some of the popular space explorations. Similarly, the in-depth study of different planets of our solar system has…

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