Seven Unsolved Solar-System Mysteries to Most Important Equation in the Cosmos (The Galaxy Report)

 

ESO Observatories

 

Today’s stories range from Enormous Impact Flash Seen Lighting Up Jupiter’s Atmosphere to Did China Just Detect Signals from an Alien Civilization to A New Place for Consciousness in Our Understanding of the Universe, and much more.

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Something Strange is Impacting the Atmosphere of Venus: Is it Life?

 

NASA Venue Image

 

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have concluded: “If life was responsible for the sulphur (SO2) levels we see on Venus, it would break everything we know about Venus’s atmospheric chemistry.” 

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Message from an Extraterrestrial Civilization to Rethinking Origin of the Solar System (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories

 

Today’s stories range from Astronomers Might See Dark Matter by Staring into the Void to No Sign Found of a “Cosmic Dawn” to How to Make the Universe Think for Us, and much more.

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NASA Zooms in on UFOs to Is Life the Result of Entropy? (Planet Earth Report)

NASA Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from Could the Blueprint for Life Have Been Generated in Asteroids to Do AI Systems Really Have Their Own Secret Language to How Plate Tectonics, Mountains, and Deep-Sea Sediments Have Maintained Earth’s ‘Goldilocks’ Climate, and much more.

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NASA: “Something Weird is Going On with the Cosmos” to Early Universe within Seconds of the Big Bang (The Galaxy Report)

ALMA ESO Observatory

 

Today’s stories range from Strange radio burst raises new questions to NASA head confirms belief that “extraterrestrials are out there,” and much more.

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Unfathomable Abodes of Life? –Water Worlds of the Milky Way

Alien Ocean

 

Before life appeared on land some 400 million years ago, all life on Earth including the mind evolved in the sea. Astronomers have recently conjectured that blue exoplanets with endless oceans may be orbiting many of the Milky Way’s one trillion stars. In 2016, for example, Kepler astronomers discovered planets that are unlike anything in our solar system –a “water world” planetary system orbiting the star Kepler-62. This five-planet system has two worlds in the habitable zone — their surfaces completely covered by an endless global ocean with no land or mountains in sight.

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