Mars now draws a lot of interest from people on Earth, but Venus has recently been gaining more attention as...
Images captured by the James Webb Telescope are expected to change our understanding of the universe – and it has now started with the first five high-resolution images in ‘microscopic'(in the universal scale) details.
A proposed future instrument called GRADAR (gravitational wave radar) might use gravitational wave reflections to map the invisible universe. Gravitational waves were first identified in 2015. They could help astronomers locate dark matter or faint, unusual stars and uncover information about their interiors.
In revealing unsuspected math underlying search for exoplanets, AI can offer insights into observations of massive stars and their remnants, including black holes and neutron stars.