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Molecule vital for creating water exists in dying sun-like stars

Herschel image of the Helix Nebula

Using ESA’s Herschel space observatory, astronomers have discovered that a molecule vital for creating water exists in the burning embers of dying Sun-like stars. When low- to middleweight stars like our Sun approach the end of their lives, they eventually become dense, white dwarf stars. In doing so, they cast ...

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New computer program aims to teach itself everything about any visual concept

Some of the many variations the new program has learned for three different concepts.

In today’s digitally driven world, access to information appears limitless. But when you have something specific in mind that you don’t know, like the name of that niche kitchen tool you saw at a friend’s house, it can be surprisingly hard to sift through the volume of information online and ...

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Cracks in Pluto’s moon could indicate it once had an underground ocean

This artist concept shows Pluto and some of its moons, as viewed from the surface of one of the moons.

If the icy surface of Pluto’s giant moon Charon is cracked, analysis of the fractures could reveal if its interior was warm, perhaps warm enough to have maintained a subterranean ocean of liquid water, according to a new NASA-funded study. Pluto is an extremely distant world, orbiting the sun more ...

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55-year old dark side of the moon mystery solved

Far side of the moon

The Man in the Moon appeared when meteoroids struck Earth-facing side of the moon creating large flat seas of basalt that we see as dark areas called maria. But no “face” exists on farside of the moon and now, Penn State astrophysicists think they know why. “I remember the first ...

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Milky Way may bear 100 million life-giving planets

A new computation method to examine planets orbiting other stars suggests the Milky Way galaxy may house 100 million other places that could support complex life.

There are some 100 million other places in the Milky Way galaxy that could support complex life, report a group of university astronomers in the journal Challenges. They have developed a new computation method to examine data from planets orbiting other stars in the universe. Their study provides the first ...

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