Black Hole Robots to Physics of Nothing Key to Understanding Origin of the Universe (The Galaxy Report Weekend)

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This weekend’s stories include Giant Voids of Nothingness may be Flinging the Universe Apart to What can Astrobiology Space Research Teach Us about the Origins of Life?

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Michio Kaku On the Shift in the UFO Phenomenon to The Psychology of Alien Contact (The Galaxy Report)

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Today’s stories include Five Numbers that could Reveal the Secrets of the Universe to We Might Already Speak the Same Language As ET, and much more.

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Io, Jupiter’s Exploding Moon: Unique in the Milky Way?

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In February 2001, an eruption from the Surt volcano on the hellscape of Jupiter’s moon, Io, the volcanic epi-center of our solar system, exploded with an estimated output of an almost incomprehensible 78,000 gigawatts. By comparison, the 1992 eruption of Mount Etna, Sicily, was estimated at 12 gigawatts. During its peak, observed by the WM Keck II Telescope on Hawaii, its output almost matched the eruptive power of all of Io’s active volcanoes combined.

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Could Dark Matter Be a Source of Light In the Universe?

"Chaos" --Our Spinning Cosmos May Be Losing Its Structure, Becoming More Disorderly

 

All the light in the observable universe provides about as much illumination as a 60-watt bulb seen from 2.5 miles away. And all the energy ever radiated by all the stars that ever existed is still with us, filling the universe with a sort of fog, a sea of photons known as the extragalactic background light.

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Building Blocks for Life Found at Milky Way’s Center to Does Light Live Forever? (The Galaxy Report Weekend)

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This weekend’s stories range from Signals From Deep Space Contain Signs of New Physics to How to Follow the Webb’s Next Steps to Dark Galaxies Swarmed in the Early Universe, and much more.

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The Origin of Zero to What Earth’s Minerals Can Tell Us About Aliens (The Galaxy Report)

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Today’s stories range from Could We Use the Sun’s Gravity to Find Alien Life to The Source of Mysterious Infrared Light to When Will the Milky Way’s Next Supernova Occur?

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