A group of researchers from the University of California Riverside found an aromatic hydrocarbon molecule in car engine exhaust. This molecule presumes for the contribution of the early stage of the universe.
New observations from ESO's Very Large Telescope have revealed that the outer parts of massive disc galaxies 10 billion years ago were rotating less quickly than the spiral galaxies, like the Milky Way, that we see today. This ESOcast Light summarizes the important points of this discovery and the significance of the dark matter, and how it is distributed.
European Southern Observatory's powerful telescope discovered that 10 billion years ago star-forming galaxies were dominated by normal matter. Dark matters cannot emit, absorb or reflect light, It could only be observed via its gravitational effects.
Big-Bang not only creates the universe but also produced some distinct phenomena like cosmic microwave background, which is a thermal radiation. It is also called the oldest light of universe that will help to detect unknown objects through the dense cluster of galaxies.
Scientists have discovered an ultra bright galaxy that while very far away at an estimated 12.5 billion light years, is still considered to be the most luminous galaxy every found in the universe and scientists believe it could contain more than 300 trillion suns.
One of the largest questions to date has been what building materials were present at the formation of our Milky Way galaxy? Astronomers have long theorized that the building material may have come from the death of supermassive stars, however, the galaxy-building dust is thought to burn up in a supernova like that. But now researchers are saying that may not be the case at all. In a new study published this week in the journal Science Express, researchers with Cornell University have made the first direct discovery of dust used to build the cosmos at the center of the Milky Way, and they believe it may have resulted from an ancient supernova.