Cat's Paw Nebula ~ Nebulas are known for being identified with familiar shapes. Introducing the Cat's Paw Nebula visible in Scorpius. At 5,500 light years distant, Cat's Paw is an emission nebula with a red color that originates from an abundance of ionized hydrogen atoms. Alternatively known as the Bear Claw Nebula or NGC 6334, stars nearly ten times the mass of our Sun have been born there in only the past few million years. Pictured above is a deep field image of the Cat's Paw nebula.
A new theory claims that it is Raining on our Sun - Absolute Knowledge
The sun of our solar system is quite consistent in comparison to some other stars of the Milky Way. The size and brightness of some of these stars vary so abruptly that it ends up in a vicious explosion. Our sun is very stable as the amount of its light varies only by 0.1% in a relatively longer solar cycle which spreads over a period of 11 years. Greg Kopp, a Solar Physicist at the University of Colorado, told the world that such a small quantity of sun’s light exceeds all other natural…
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Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus Spacecraft Begins Secondary Mission in Space | Aerotech News & Review
NASA photograph From May 24, 2018, when the CRS-9 “S.S. J.R. Thompson” Cygnus arrived at the International Space Station and delivered approximately 7,400 pounds of cargo to astronauts on board. The spacecraft successfully departed from the station on July 15. Northrop Grumman has announced that its Cygnus™ spacecraft, following a highly successful stay at the …
This Dying Star Is The Center Of The Coldest Place In The Universe
Until NASA's Cold Lab comes online in 2016, the coldest place in the universe is a faint scattering of gas and dust 5,000 light years away in the Centaurus constellation. The Boomerang Nebula is just 1 degree above absolute zero, colder than the natural background temperature of space.
Another Day at the Office
"Space was our office yesterday. #EVA51," said International Space Station astronaut Ricky Arnold on Friday, the day after his latest spacewalk during which he upgraded cameras on the orbital platform.