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Andromeda’s Orbiting Dwarf Galaxies – “Point to Something Profound”

Andromeda Galaxy

 

A string of 13 dwarf galaxies in orbit around the massive galaxy Andromeda –remnants of the population of primordial structures that coalesced to form giant galaxies like the Milky Way–are spread across a flat plane more than one million light years wide and only 30,000 light years thick –a distance so vast that they have yet to complete a single orbit. The 2016 discovery suggests that conventional ideas regarding the formation of galaxies are missing something fundamental.

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Shards of Planet Mercury on Earth to Giant Binary Planets May Make Their Star Systems Ultra-Habitable (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories

 

 

Today’s stories range from “They are Not Ours” Says Michio Kaku –Over 400 declassified UFO sightings defy the ‘normal laws of physics’ to Webb telescope is set to solve mysteries of our solar system, and much more. “The Galaxy Report” brings you news of space and science that has the capacity to provide clues to the mystery of our existence and adds a much needed cosmic perspective in our current Anthropocene Epoch.

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New Insights from a Dark-Matter-Free Galaxy Revives Controversial Gravity Theory (Weekend Feature)

 Galaxy AGC 114905

 

“In some sense, gravity does not exist,” observed physicist Michio Kaku of the weakest of the four fundamental forces of the Universe,”what moves the planets and the stars is the distortion of space and time.”

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Could An Alien Civilization Change the Laws of Physics to Gravity Powered Batteries (Planet Earth Report)

Planet Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from Government and Science Must Work Together to Determine the Nature of UAPs to Monkeypox Goes Global to Only 10-30% of Our Lifespan is Due to Genetics, and much more. The Planet Earth Report provides descriptive links to headline news by leading science journalists about the extraordinary discoveries, technology, people, and events changing our knowledge of Planet Earth and the future of the human species.

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Our Sun as Never Seen Before (and a New Discovery)

The Sun

 

The ESA has captured a stunning image of the 4.5 billion-year-old glowing ball of hydrogen and helium at the center of our solar system we humans have named Sol, the Sun. We orbit our star some 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) distant, where, without its energy, life as we know it could not exist.

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Did the Milky Way Lose Its Original Black Hole to Will the James Webb Space Telescope Reveal Another Earth? (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories

 

Today’s stories range from What could we realistically do to stop an alien invasion to Are we looking for extraterrestrial intelligence all wrong, and much more. “The Galaxy Report” brings you news of space and science that has the capacity to provide clues to the mystery of our existence and adds a much needed cosmic perspective in our current Anthropocene Epoch.

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Radio Galaxies of the Early Universe -Would Take Several Million Years to Cross at Speed of Light

 

Radio Galaxy

 

“When we look far into the distant universe, we are observing objects way in the past – when they were young. We expected to find that these distant giants would appear as a comparatively small pair of vague lobes. To our surprise, we found that these giants still appear enormous even though they are so far away,” said astrophysicist Michael D. Smith at University of Kent. Conventional wisdom tells us that large objects appear smaller as they get farther from us, but this fundamental law of classical physics is reversed when we observe the distant universe.

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Before the “Bang” –The Primordial Universe 

Early Universe

 

Fasten your starship seatbelt: although cosmic inflation is well known for resolving some important mysteries about the structure and evolution of the universe, other very different theories can also explain these mysteries. In some of the theories, the state of the universe preceding the Big Bang – the so-called primordial universe – was contracting instead of expanding, and the Big Bang was thus a part of a Big Bounce.

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