Non-detection of key signal allows astronomers to determine what the first galaxies were – and weren’t – like

Researchers have been able to make some key determinations about the first galaxies to exist, in one of the first astrophysical studies of the period in the

Cambridge University News • cambridge
Nov. 28, 2022 ~7 min

James Webb space telescope uncovers chemical secrets of distant world – paving the way for studying Earth-like planets

The James Webb space telescope is making the headlines again – this time completing its first chemical inventory of a distant, exotic world.

Joanna Barstow, Ernest Rutherford Fellow, The Open University • conversation
Nov. 24, 2022 ~8 min


James Webb: telescope uncovers chemical secrets of distant world – paving the way for studying Earth-like planets

The James Webb space telescope is making the headlines again – this time completing its first chemical inventory of a distant, exotic world.

Joanna Barstow, Ernest Rutherford Fellow, The Open University • conversation
Nov. 24, 2022 ~8 min

We found Britain's greenest city centre – and its least green

Where does your city rank?

Paul Brindley, Senior Lecturer, Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield • conversation
Nov. 23, 2022 ~7 min

Artemis: why it may be the last mission for Nasa astronauts

Artemis-1 is on its way back to Earth, successfully completing its maiden flight.

Martin Rees, Emeritus Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics, University of Cambridge • conversation
Nov. 23, 2022 ~7 min

International team observes innermost structure of quasar jet

New observations show the deepest parts of the quasar's plasma jet in a project led by MIT Haystack Observatory.

Nancy Wolfe Kotary | MIT Haystack Observatory • mit
Nov. 22, 2022 ~8 min

Virtual green space boosts pregnant women’s well-being

Exposure to green space in virtual reality has health benefits for pregnant urban women, including lower blood pressure.

Brianna Aldrich-UC Irvine • futurity
Nov. 18, 2022 ~5 min

Space experiments could shed light on osteoporosis

Researchers sent experiments to the International Space Station in order to learn more about bone density loss in space and back on Earth.

Jim Lynch-Michigan • futurity
Nov. 14, 2022 ~7 min


Study of ‘polluted’ white dwarfs finds that stars and planets grow together

A team of astronomers have found that planet formation in our young Solar System started much earlier than previously thought, with the building blocks of

Cambridge University News • cambridge
Nov. 14, 2022 ~5 min

Artemis launch delay is the latest of many NASA scrubs and comes from hard lessons on crew safety

After its fourth delay, the Artemis 1 launch is now scheduled for Nov. 16, 2022. NASA has a history of missing launch deadlines, but the private sector is slowly making launches more reliable.

Michael Dodge, Associate Professor of Space Studies, University of North Dakota • conversation
Nov. 14, 2022 ~8 min

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