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James Webb Telescope has captured an unbelievable image of its FIRST supernova

A brilliant light detected by NASA’s James Webb Telescope (JWST) in a galaxy three billion light years from Earth is believed to be the $10 billion scope’s first observation of a dying star exploding. Formally known as a supernova, it is the ‘last hurrah’ that occurs when the star runs out of fuel. This causes the pressure to drop, in which the cosmic object expands to at leas

A Mysterious Red Glow Over The Atlantic Ocean Leaves Pilot Baffled

We all see mesmerizing views when flying, but some are more exceptional than others. A pilot flying over the Atlantic noticed one of these, according to a post shared on Reddit. The caption says, "Mysterious red glow seen over the Atlantic, pilot says he’s never seen anything like it. Via July 2022." A frightening red glow The images show an almost frightening red glow that cannot be explai

Recently Discovered Dinosaur ‘Mummy’ Is So Well-Preserved It Even Has The Skin And Guts Intact

“We don’t just have a skeleton,” one researcher involved said. “We have a dinosaur as it would have been.” Share Nodosaur: highlight of the dino exhibit at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Alberta, Canada. Robert Clark/National Geographic Scientists are hailing it as the best-preserved dinosaur specimen ever discovered. That’s why you cannot see its

28,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoth Cells Brought Back To Life By Scientists

Cells from a woolly mammoth that died around 28,000 years ago have begun showing “signs of life” during a groundbreaking scientific experiment. Share Image credit: Kindai University The young woolly mammoth was dug out of Siberian permafrost in 2011. With the species being extinct for about 4,000 years, finding such a relatively intact specimen was big news – particu

It’s official: Saturn Is Losing Its Iconic Rings And They’re Disappearing Much Faster Than Previously Anticipated

If you had to identify Saturn out of a crowd, you’d most likely know it by its famous rings. They are our solar system’s largest and brightest rings. Extending over 280,000 kilometres from the planet and wide enough to fit six Earths in a row. Saturn won’t look like this for long now. Because its rings are vanishing. That’s correct, Saturn’s rings are disappearing! And fast. Much

BREAKING: Five New Incredible Images Released From The JWST

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has already expanded humanity's vision further into time and space than ever before, giving a breathtaking sneak peek of the deepest and sharpest infrared image of the early Universe to date. Now, NASA has just unveiled five more stunning full-color images captured by the most ambitious telescopes humanity has ever built. "You ain't seen nothing yet," G

BREAKING: JWST Reveals The Deepest View of The Universe Yet, And It’s Breathtaking

The deepest infrared view of the Universe ever was just unveiled, and it's even better than we could have imagined. In a NASA livestream, US President Joe Biden released the first official image from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), showing us an unprecedented new image of a region of space known as SMACS 0723 – a deep field into the distant Universe. It's the furthest back in time w

This New Propulsion System Will Take A Spacecraft To Alpha Centauri in Just 20 Years

Breakthrough Starshot, an international scientific effort, has revealed their plans to launch a probe to Alpha Centauri, our nearest star system, and it can reach its destination in just 20 years. Breakthrough Starshot has plans to design and test a new form of spaceship propulsion system that uses a light sail and a laser beam array to achieve the enormous speeds necessary for interstellar

A Massive Drawing Of A Pen*s That Can Be Seen From Space Proves Humanity Will Never Change

It's difficult not to fantasize about what it might be like if advanced aliens were tuned in to our planet right now, downloading the latest news and gossip in an effort to ascertain the state of our civilization. Hopefully, they will skip over certain aspects, such as the film "Don't Look Up," the present federal government, or the gigantic pen*s now strewn over a portion of Australia. The

The Moon Has Enough Oxygen to Sustain 8 Billion People For 100,000 Years

Although the Moon does have an atmosphere, it is very thin and mostly made of hydrogen, neon, and argon. This is not a gaseous combination capable of supporting oxygen-dependent animals such as humans. On the Moon, there is an abundance of oxygen. It is just not in a gaseous state. Rather than that, it is trapped inside regolith — the lunar surface's covering of rock and fine dust. Would