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Astronomers have spotted a galaxy with a structure similar to the Milky Way. That’s not particularly surprising in itself – our home galaxy is quite run-of-the-mill – but the weird thing is that this one is 12 billion light-years away, meaning it’s very well developed for its age.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: Astronomy, Galaxy, Universe, Max Planck Institute
As phones get fancier, they inevitably get pricier. Thankfully the major companies are increasingly addressing this with mid-range phones that have more modest price tags while still packing many high-end features. But how do they stack up against each other? New Atlas compares the specs and features of the iPhone SE (2020), the Google Pixel 4a and the Samsung Galaxy A51.Continue ReadingCategory:
At the latest of its regular Unpacked hardware launches, Samsung has unveiled no fewer than five major new gadgets – with the premium, stylus-equipped Samsung Galaxy Note20 smartphone leading the way.Continue ReadingCategory: Mobile Technology, TechnologyTags: Samsung, smartphones, Tablet, Smartwatch
Today, Samsung unveiled its latest flagship Note devices, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and teased a successor to its original Galaxy Fold. The new devices bring improved specifications across the board, including an upgraded three-module camera system.While similar in name, the two devices appeal to different user bases, with the Galaxy Note 20 being the more entry-level phone, wh
Mobile music lovers are pretty much spoiled for choice when it comes to true wireless earphones these days, and now there's another option courtesy of Samsung – the much rumored, and quite unusual-looking, Galaxy Buds Live.Continue ReadingCategory: Wearables, TechnologyTags: Wireless, Earphones, Bluetooth, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung
We may be a step closer to understanding the mystery of fast radio bursts (FRBs), as astronomers have now detected the first such signal from within our own galaxy. The radio burst in this case was traced to a highly magnetic dead star called a magnetar, which could be key to unlocking the origin of these strange space signals.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: Astronomy, Radio, Radio
A supernova may seem like a pretty final fate, but now astronomers have discovered a star that apparently survived this explosive process. It wasn’t without consequence, however – the star was kicked out of a tight binary orbit and flung across the galaxy.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: Stars, Supernova, Astronomy, White dwarf, University of Warwick
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We're thrilled by the submissions that we've already received and are putting out the final call for images to be included in our first-ever DPR community sample gallery. As a refresher, we're looking for Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and (newly included!) S20 Ultra photos. By submitting your photos for consideration, you're helping us understand these complex imaging devices better – and your pho
The Milky Way is a rotating disk-shaped galaxy, and is pretty stock standard for its age. It’s generally believed that it took billions of years for galaxies to take on that shape, but now astronomers have discovered an ancient disk galaxy, which emerged at least 4.5 billion years earlier than previously thought possible.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: Astronomy, ALMA, Radio, Hubble


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