Science

June 16, 2022

Hubble Discovers a Black Hole Wandering Through the Milky Way

Since it was first launched in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has shed light on many mysteries of our universe. And after more than 30 years, it continues to impress. Most recently, it discovered what astronomers believe is the first of its kind—a roving black hole left free to wander the galaxy. Usually, black holes sit at the center of a galaxy or are paired with associated stars.

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June 11, 2022

Astrophotographer Captures Spectacular Sight of the Andromeda Galaxy From His Backyard

In the summer of 2020, the world was enthralled with the Comet Neowise, which only makes an appearance every 6,800 years. Brennan Gilmore was so enthralled that it kicked off a passion for astrophotography that continues today. Two years after beginning his journey photographing the stars, he has accomplished a major goal: photographing the Andromeda galaxy. Our neighbor in the sky, Andromeda is a spiral galaxy similar to our own Milky Way. Sitting 2.

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June 8, 2022

If You Blended Up Everyone in the World, It Would Create a Meatball That Fits in Central Park

We love an interesting fact, and one of the most interesting—and weirdest—we've heard in a while comes from Redditor kiwi2703. They decided to get creative with some calculations and answer a question you might never have asked yourself—if you blended up all the humans in the world, how big would the resulting ball of goo be? Yes, this sounds weird, but interestingly, the human goo ball isn't as big as you might think.

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June 3, 2022

Researchers at the University of Cambridge Use Algae to Power a Computer

Our 21st-century world is full of electronic devices communicating with each other. This elaborate network—from the smallest motion sensor chips to your smartwatch—is known as the Internet of Things. By 2035, it is estimated that this network will contain one trillion devices, all of which require power to run. Where will this energy come from? Researchers at the University of Cambridge have a potential, organic solution.

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