Reposted today with new entries from Jacob Misra, Senior Research Investigator at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science and UCLA’s Mark Morris, a founding member along with Nobel Laurate Andrea Ghez of the UCLA Galactic Center Group.
Today’s stories range from Renowned Astronomers’ Insights on NASA’s New UAP/UFO Study to A Passing Star Shifting Neptune’s Orbit could Wreck the Solar System to Gravitational Waves Open New Windows on the Universe’s Deepest Secrets, and much more.
Today’s stories range from China rejects NASA accusation it will take over the moon to The Large Hadron Collider will embark on a third run to uncover more cosmic secrets to Scientists find new “exotic” configurations of quarks that may explain how our Universe is formed, and much more.
In the 2019 paper, “The Galactic Habitable Zone and the Age Distribution of Complex Life in the Milky Way”, astrobiologist and lead author, Charles H. Lineweaver of Australia National University, summarized: “We modeled the evolution of the Milky Way to trace the distribution in space and time of four prerequisites for complex life: the presence of a host star, enough heavy elements to form terrestrial planets, sufficient time for biological evolution and an environment free of life-extinguishing supernovae. We identified the ‘Galactic habitable zone’ (GHZ) as an annular region between 7 and 9 kiloparsecs from the Galactic center that widens with time and is composed of stars that formed between 8 and 4 billion years ago.”
Today’s stories range from We May Have to Excavate Mars to Find Alien Life Says NASA to Why There’s a Chance We Heard From Aliens Back in 1977, and much more.
Today’s stories range from The James Webb is About to Take Us to the “Edge of Time” to 4 Signs of Alien Tech That Could Lead Us to Extraterrestrial Life, 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.