Gravitational waves are caused by big cosmic events. In this post, it’s explained what are they, how are produced and how they can be detected.
Astronomers observed a star devouring a planet
For the first time, telescopes observe a planeta 10 times heavier than Jupiter being swalloed by a star at 12,000 light-years of distance.
The beginning of JUICE mission
JUICE is a long mission of European Space Agency (ESA), to explore Jupiter and it’s three biggest moons: Ganymede, Calisto and Europa.
Successful test of RLV LEX
The RLV LEX is a reusable vehicle with autonomous landing for space missions. Was built by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).
James Webb measures an exoplanet’s temperature
For the first time, James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) measures the temperature of an exoplanet of star system TRAPPIST-1, and it’s 230ºC (446ºF).
What is tidal locking?
Why the Moon is always facing the same side to Earth? The answer is tidal coupling or tidal locking and it is this post’s subject.
The green comet approaches Earth
The green comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will reach to shortest distance from Earth on the first day of February. This comet’s last visit was 50,000 years ago.
The launch of HAKUTO-R M1
The HAKUTO-R M1 is a lunar lander built by Japanese company ispace. Was launched by SpaceX’s Falcon 9.
The launch of Mengtian
Was launched on this Monday, the last main module of the Chinese space station Tiangong, the space lab Mengtian.
Pillars of Creation saw by James Webb
The space telescope James Webb obtained an image of the iconic Pillars of Creation, reveling a great quantity of stars.