NASA’s James Webb Telescope, Observatory releases satellite images

Technique by Andrew Wolfick, Fox Weather May 28, 2023 | 9:35 a.m NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and the James Webb Space Telescope have joined forces to produce stunning composite images of the universe. The space agency recently released images that combine X-ray and infrared data to reveal objects invisible to humans. The four composite images … Read more

10 daily NASA inventions and returns

Many of the tools, machines, and facilities inside your home have their origins in research conducted by NASA over the past 50 years. The technology was originally designed to aid space exploration and human landings the moon An endeavor instigated by US President John F. Kennedy in 1961, announcing a series of exciting new missions … Read more

The mystery of Jupiter’s ever-changing lines may be solved: ScienceAlert

Tigers may not change stripes, but Jupiter sure does. The giant planet’s surprisingly elegant shape, alternating bands of dark and light clouds, changed periodically, but the reason for these periodic variations is a mystery. Now, after studying data about Jupiter’s magnetic field collected by the Juno probe, a team of scientists from Japan, Spain and … Read more

Saudi Arabia has ambitious plans for space

For the first time ever, two Saudi Arabians are living and working on the International Space Station (ISS). Ali Al-Qarni and Rayana Bernawi set off for the orbital laboratory last Sunday (May 21). Ax mission 2, a four-person private mission operated by Houston-based Axiom Space. The duo are the second and third Saudis to reach … Read more

40 years ago, a comet suddenly appeared in a sudden flyby from Earth

Forty years ago this month, a show came that stopped the celestial spectacle—literally a bolt from the blue. A brand-new comet has been making headlines for days around the world because of its exceptionally close pass close to Earth: a distance of less than 3 million miles (4.8 million kilometers), or about 12 times the … Read more

How do you see the new supernova in the Pinwheel galaxy

A star in a faraway galaxy has exploded into a supernova, and you can witness the celestial spectacle yourself through your telescope. Last week, astronomers observing the famous Pinwheel galaxy saw a star in one of the galaxy’s arms glow in a bright spot of light. The star was confirmed soon after as A.J New … Read more

Solar telescope images reveal the surface of the sun like never before

NSF/AURA/NSO A mosaic of new and unprecedented solar images were captured by the Inouye Solar Telescope during its first year of operations. Editor’s note: Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news of amazing discoveries, scientific advances, and more. CNN – New images of the sun’s surface taken by a … Read more

Final test before commercial service

The aircraft carries the VMS EVE with the VSS Unity spacecraft during a flight test. Virgo galaxy Virgo galaxy On Thursday, it prepares to launch its first spaceflight in nearly two years, as the space tourism company aims to pass a final test before flying commercial passengers. The mission, dubbed Unit 25, marks the company’s … Read more

Astranis’ first online satellite over Alaska is working perfectly

Alternative satellite internet company Astranis has its first spacecraft in orbit and says it is working “perfectly”. “We have a new way to connect people in some of the most remote and underserved parts of the world,” Astranis CEO John Jedmark told CNBC. The company’s small satellite, built largely in-house and named “Arcturus,” launched on … Read more