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A giant planet similar to Uranus or Neptune may orbit the sun in the solar system's outer reaches. "Planet Nine" is shown here in an artist's impression that includes hypothetical lightning on the planet's surface. The bright star to the right is the sun.

'Planet Nine' May Exist: New Evidence for Another World in Our Solar System

The massive planet could take over years to orbit the sun. Astronomers call it Planet Nine - a Massive Perturber out beyond Pluto.

Artist concept of an exoplanet and debris disk orbiting a polluted white dwarf

Overlooked Treasure: The First Evidence of Exoplanets

Artist concept of an exoplanet and debris disk orbiting a polluted white dwarf

NASA Spots a Black Hole Flare 324 Million Light Years Away [Infographic] #NASA, #BlackHole, #Science

NASA Spots a Black Hole Flare 324 Million Light Years Away [Infographic]

awesome Infant stars discovered surprisingly near galaxy’s supermassive black hole

awesome Infant stars discovered surprisingly near galaxy’s supermassive black hole

This is an image of the deep radio map covering the ELAIS-N1 region, with aligned galaxy jets. The image on the left has white circles around the aligned galaxies; the image on the right is without the circles. This is the first time a group of supermassive black holes in galactic cores have been seen to share this bizarre relationship and, at first glance, the occurrence should be impossible.

A highly sensitive radio telescope has seen something peculiar in the depths of our cosmos: A group of supermassive black holes are mysteriously aligned, as if captured in a synchronized dance.

Scientists May Get Best View Yet of a Black Hole in Action BY ADAM MANN 03.14.14 It’s the cosmic event of the year. Right now, telescopes all over the world are turning to our galaxy’s center, where for the first time ever they may have a front-row look at a supermassive black hole consuming a gas cloud.

Scientists May Get Best View Yet of a Black Hole in Action

Scientists May Get Best View Yet of a Black Hole in Action. This year telescopes all over the world are turning to our galaxy’s center, where for the first time ever they may have a front-row look at a supermassive black hole consuming a gas cloud.

Una nueva clase de estrellas pulsantes en rayos X. Imágenes en rayos X tomadas con el observatorio de rayos X Chandra de NASA. En se ellas se ven dos estrellas: arriba a la izquierda se encuentra delta Cephei, el prototipo de un tipo de estrellas variables pulsan conocidas como cefeidas; abajo a la derecha está la compañera de delta Cephei, que no es variable. La comparación entre las dos imágenes hace patente la variabilidad en rayos X de delta Cephei. Crédito: NASA.

Nueva clase variable

The surprising discovery of a new class of pulsating X-ray stars

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When some speedy, massive stars plow through space, they can cause material to stack up in front of them in the same way that water piles up ahead of a ship. Called bow shocks, these dramatic, arc-shaped features in space.

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