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Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that formed five times as many stars as the Milky Way within 2 billion years after the Big Bang — but then quickly quelled any further starbirth.
The post What Snuffed Out Star Formation in This “Monster” Galaxy? appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
New Horizon’s flyby of Arrokoth, a planetesimal in the Kuiper Belt, reveals a pristine object untouched since the solar system’s origin. Its shape and geology show that planetesimals form more gently than previously thought.
The post New Horizons Reveals Full Picture of Arrokoth…and How Planets Form appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day or boycotting it, anyone visiting this site loves the stars. Here's a chance to participate in an effort to make sure future generations love them too.
The post Do You Love the Stars? Do Some Astronomy This Valentine’s Day appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Occultations of stars by the Moon occur routinely, but planetary lunar occultations are much rarer birds. That's why I hope you'll make the effort Tuesday morning February 18th to watch the waning crescent Moon occult the planet Mars.
The post Watch the Moon Occult Mars Before Sunrise on February 18th appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Scientists release a bevy of results from the Parker Solar Probe's first two passes near the Sun, including new details on so-called "rogue waves" in the solar wind.
The post Parker Solar Probe Releases New Details on Solar Wind appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
What do we know about the second object to visit us from another stellar system? Detailed Hubble images have given us plenty to consider!
The post A Detailed View of Our Second Interstellar Visitor appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
New computer simulations suggest that the "beating" of Pluto's frozen heart drives weak winds on this remote world in the outer solar system.
The post Pluto’s Icy Heart “Beats,” Driving Planet-Scale Winds appeared first on Sky & Telescope.