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A new instrument has been installed onto an Australian telescope, to aid in the search for Earth-like exoplanets. Dubbed Veloce, the instrument is designed to look out for the signature wobble of a star caused by the gravitational tug of orbiting planets, and it specializes in red dwarfs – the most common type of star in the universe... Continue Reading Australian observatory hunts Earth-l
A white dwarf is one of the last stages of life for stars of a certain size, and it's all downhill from there – with no new source of energy, the object will gradually fade away into obscurity. But supercomputer simulations run by astronomers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) suggest that these dying stars could be reignited by a close encounter with an enigmatic class of bl
To prove that its Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600 and the Symphonia Grande Sonnerie 1860 wristwatches weren't a pair of flukes, Vacheron Constantin has released its latest bit of haute horologie, Les Cabinotiers minute repeater tourbillon sky chart. A product of the manufacturer's Les Cabinotiers department, the dress timepiece sports a minute repeater function and localized
In the hunt for extraterrestrial life, it makes sense to look for places that have similar conditions to Earth. But the majority of stars in our Milky Way aren't Sun-like – they're the smaller and cooler red dwarfs. To determine how well these stars might be able to support life, A NASA program is using Hubble to monitor their flare activity, and the first results don't paint a positive pi
The University of Stuttgart's ICD Aggregate Pavilion 2018 is made from over 120,000 recycled plastic spiked stars that create a self-supporting structure bonded only by friction. Read more
the lume traveler no. 1 combines the joy of outdoor life with the comfort of ones home. The post this aluminum camper comes with a panoramic open roof that lets you sleep under the stars appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
One of the best, and perhaps unexpected, aspects of the digital photography boom is that all around the world, people are able to capture and share their images without needing any sort of middle man. All around the world, photographers are capturing unique viewpoints and are able to share their stories with people thousands of miles away. The gaps between different cultures have never been narro
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The European Space Agency (ESA) has taken a "galactic census" of the Milky Way, unveiling the second major data release from the Gaia mission. Along with some stars further afield, the data release provides the most detailed map of our home galaxy, which includes position, distance and motion data of nearly 1.7 billion stars, as well as the orbits and positions of thousands of asteroids...


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