Not all stars are like the sun, a yellow class G star. M-Type stars like Trappist 1 comprise 70% of all stars in the Universe. These cool, ancient objects glow a deep red from a high output of infrared radiation and exist 46-700 billion or more years, according to Mathew Anderson, author of Habitable Exoplanets: Red Dwarf Systems Like TRAPPIST-1.
Today’s stories from Beyond range from NASA brings standards of evidence to the search for UFOs to The unexpected science from the James Webb’s first images to Investigating Milky Way’s origins.
Today’s stories range from the headline to The Gaia Spacecraft has identified two giant new planets in the Milky Way to James Webb Space Telescope team quietly releases a picture of Jupiter to Building Blocks of RNA Spotted at the Center of the Milky Way to Dark Matter Doesn’t Exist, and much more.
On Tuesday morning, NASA will show off the first pictures and data from the new James Webb Space Telescope. That will bring to an end some 30 years and $10 billion of planning, building, testing and innovating, followed by launch-pad terror, anxiety and anticipation. NASA astronomers predict the JWST will radically change humanity’s perception of the Universe: “We will have the Universe before Webb, and the Universe after Webb.”
Today’s stories range from How the Higgs Boson Ruined Peter Higgs’s Life to Rogue Black Holes Might be Neither ‘Rogue’ Nor ‘Black Holes’ to The Mysterious Essence of the Fourth Dimension, 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 Anthropocene Epoch.
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.