The Arctic is warming faster than expected

Warming in the North Pole will exceed all estimates. An alarming finding linked to the phenomenon of arctic amplification. The Arctic has warmed almost four times faster than the rest of the world in the past 40 years: these conclusions from a new study raise fears of an underestimation of climate models of the poles, … Read more

explore the moon, the planets and… the entire universe!

All the diversity of the sky parades during the starry nights: from the nearest stars to the most distant galaxies. All our advice to take advantage of it. It’s rare that there are so many things to see in the sky during the same night: the Moon, the planets, the Milky Way, star clusters, nebulae, … Read more

Discovery of a neutron star that breaks all records!

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] A “black widow” pulsar consumes its companion Speaking of spiders, black widow spiders are the ones that devour their mates after mating. And astronomers have observed similar behavior in the sky. When a pulsar and a low-mass star form a binary system. Faced with the radiation emitted by … Read more

We know why Jupiter has (mostly) no rings!

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Saturn: the giant with the rings of ice and dust Go on a journey to meet the second largest planet in the solar system: Saturn. A gas giant surrounded by a multitude of brilliant rings that leave no one indifferent when observed. Get to know the world of … Read more

Astronomers discover an element present in our bodies in a distant galaxy more than 12 billion light-years

An artist’s impression of the NGP-190387 galaxy. ©European Southern Observatory Star dust Astronomers have discovered fluoride, an element found in our bones and teeth, in a galaxy more than 12 billion light-years away. One of the researchers responsible for this discovery explains its significance to us. Atlantico: As reported in a paper published in Nature … Read more

A “sleeping” black hole discovered for the first time outside our galaxy

Black holes have become commonplace in the media landscape in recent years and despite the enigmas that still surround them, which touch on very deep questions about physical theoretically, they are generally considered in astrophysics and in cosmology. We even study theirs emissions ofgravitational waves in conflict with others stars relativistic compressions. Recently, we have … Read more

The first “sleeping” black hole has been discovered outside our galaxy

Black holes have become commonplace in the media landscape in recent years and despite the riddles that still surround them and which touch on very deep questions about physical theoretically they are commonly considered in astrophysics and in cosmology. We even study their emissions of gravitational waves during collisions with others stars relativistic compressions. Most … Read more

And now Jupiter in the eyes of the James Webb Space Telescope

Not only did the James Webb Space Telescope study celestial bodies millions or billions of light-years away, it also pointed its large mirror at Jupiter and its potentially habitable moon, Europe. Again, the result exceeds astronomers’ expectations. That first images by James-Webb unveiled on July 12 and effectively inaugurated the scientific campaign for the largest … Read more

the first pictures open a new era in astronomy

By them mistsa group of galaxiesan exoplanet, and a cluster of galaxies and a deep field is therefore the first images and spectra of the James-Webb Space Telescope, which was presented and set in motion the scientific operations. This new era of astronomy has been unanimously welcomed by the scientific community, which expects significant progress … Read more

The James Webb Telescope will deliver “the deepest picture of our universe” on July 12, 2022

Space enthusiasts around the world are holding their breath: the James Webb Space Telescope, the most powerful ever sent into orbit, is unveiling its first color images of the universe on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, which promise to be spectacular. In late June 2022, NASA chief Bill Nelson promised “the deepest image ever taken of … Read more