Tiny Collapsed Star Unleashed a Gargantuan Beam of Matter and Antimatter Reversing Einstein’s E = mc^2 


Jet From pulsar PSR J2030+4415


A city-sized collapsed star, pulsar PSR J2030+4415 – the ancient remains of exploded stars so dense its gravity warps nearby space-time has generated an X-ray filament of matter and antimatter (image above) that stretches for trillions of miles as revealed by NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory. This discovery could help explain the presence of positrons (the antimatter positively charged counterparts to electrons) detected throughout the Milky Way galaxy and here on Earth.


Exoplanet Magnetic Fields –“Harbingers of Life or Death in the Universe”

Saturn Aurora


Analysis of sites on Mars show that the red planet’s protective field was switched off half a billion years ago, and NASA scientists say they know why. An impact basin deep enough to swallow Mount Everest in Valles Marineris highlight what might be the results of a ancient asteroid collision with the Red Planet switching off its magnetic field, bathing the Red Planet in harmful radiation, and eroding its atmosphere by particles streaming from solar winds.


“The Invisible Unveiled” –Hundreds of Thousands of Unknown Galaxies in the Distant Universe

galaxy cluster Abell 1314


Astronomers have recently discovered that the expanse of space-time within range of our telescopes—‘the universe’—is only a tiny fraction of the aftermath of the Big Bang. In a new, mind-boggling project, an international team of astronomers have mapped 300,000 previously unknown objects using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) telescope, almost all of which are galaxies in the distant universe; their radio signals traveling billions of light years to reach Earth.