Milky Way’s supermassive black hole is stretching gas cloud G2 to its death.
Posts Tagged ‘astronomy’
Could there really be planets made of diamonds?
Have we actually left the Solar System at long last?
The newest cosmic mystery: four distinct high-energy flashes! (Is the Universe trying to get our attention?) Astronomers are calling them Fast Radio Bursts, but we have yet to determine their origins.
Asteroid 2013 MZ5 joined the ranks of asteroids and comets whose orbits pass near Earth. On an astronomical scale, “near” means within 28 million miles…
Academy Director of the Morrison Planetarium and Science Visualization reports about brown dwarfs from the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. Join him in person at NightLife (6:30pm planetarium show on March 28th) for the “Color of the Cosmos” special presentation.
Academy Director of the Morrison Planetarium and Science Visualization reports from the control room of a twin 6.5-meter Magellan telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile.
Scientists are able to measure very distant black holes.
Ryan Wyatt, Director of Morrison Planetarium and Science Visualization, reporting from first day of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting in Long Beach, California…
Our monthly round-up of top astronomy news.