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How Giant Black Holes Spin: New Twist Revealed
Science & Tech  (tags: space, black holes, cosmos )

- 850 days ago -
A newly discovered way to determine the spin of monster black holes could help shed light on the evolution of these bizarre objects and the galaxies they anchor.
10 of the Most Memorable Space Photos: Look Up in the Sky! | MNN - Mother Nature Network
Science & Tech  (tags: space, study, cosmos, photos, heavens, beautiful )

- 1058 days ago -
The wonder of the cosmos. The beauty of the heavens. Such phrases come easily to mind when contemplating space, which is such a photogenic place.
Sun Flower: The Cosmos in Pics
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, interesting, space, scientists, cosmos, stars, planets, sunspots )

- 1840 days ago -
Thousands of spicules are converging on a sunspot, seen at the bottom left of the photo, where they briefly take the shape of a flower. Each spicule lasts about five minutes until the gas peaks and falls back down to the sun.
Fate of Universe Revealed By Galactic Lens
Science & Tech  (tags: universe, galactic lens, astronomers, cluster, cosmos )

- 1926 days ago -
Astronomers used the way that light from distant stars was distorted by a huge galactic cluster known as Abell 1689 to work out the amount of dark energy in the cosmos.
Scientists Discover Earth-Like, Water-Rich Planet: Study
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, planets, Earth-like planets, exoplanet, cosmos )

- 2172 days ago -
Astronomers have discovered a new Earth-like planet that is larger than our own and may be more than half covered with water, according to a study published Wednesday in the science journal Nature.
Space Telescope Unveils Hidden Cosmic Giant
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, research, scientists, study, technology, cosmos, interesting )

- 2906 days ago -
Astronomers have discovered a new cluster of galaxies, hidden behind a previously identified cluster of galaxies.This observation completely contradicted the current theories about how large structures in the universe arise.
Einstein's "Biggest Blunder" May Turn Out to Be His Greatest Success | The Daily Galaxy
Science & Tech  (tags: einstein, blunder, success, correct, cosmos, constant, gravity, dark energy, dark matter )

- 2920 days ago -
A new project is revealing that Einstein was probably wrong about being wrong. In other words, Einstein was right even though he didn't know it. His self-proclaimed "biggest blunder" was a postulation of a cosmological constant (a force that opposes gravi

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