Medicine & TechnologyNASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured an image of a distant galaxy moving away from the Earth 60 million light-years away. The star was identified as NGC 7513, and was moving away from the Milky Way at 3.5 million mph.
A long time ago, when people stared in the sky. Sometimes they'd spy bright specs of light. Some thought they were angels or the gods dashing through the sky. In time, early astronomers developed spyglasses and telescopes with improved optics.
For the first time in a million years, the astronauts spotted what was considered as the first molecule that started the universe. It was a Helium hydride (HeH), a combination of helium and hydrogen atoms. The astronauts were able to locate it at a distance of 3,000 light years away from the Earth.
A new study conducted by a team of astronomers through the NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory data reveals a new model for the dark matter present in the universe. The dark matter can be fuzzy but not cold.