Exoplanets

'Exoplanets' - 160 News Result(s)

  • NASA Discovers Super-Earth That May Support Life: All You Need To Know
    World News | Edited by Bhavya Sukheja | Monday August 8, 2022
    Scientists have discovered a Super-Earth that is four times the mass of our planet and takes just 10.8 days to complete a whole year.
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  • Scientists Study Shrinking Mini-Neptunes to Understand Planetary Evolution
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday August 5, 2022
    Scientists at Caltech have discovered four exoplanets — TOI 560b, TOI 1430.01, TOI 1683.01, and TOI 2076b – that appear to be shrinking in size and losing their atmosphere gradually. The rate at which this change is taking place suggests that these celestial bodies, called mini-Neptunes, will eventually lose their atmosphere completely to becom...
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  • New Method to Discover Exoplanets Orbiting Violent Dead Stars Suggested by Researchers
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday July 25, 2022
    Scientists may soon have a new way to detect planets that are orbiting Cataclysmic Variables (CVs), also known as violent stars. One star drawing material from the other, due to the lack of distance, thereby dimming the second star. The researchers measured the changes in the brightness of four CVs — LU Camelopardalis, QZ Serpentis, V1007 Hercul...
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  • Telescope Using Sun's Gravitational Lens Could Help Detect Signs of Life on Exoplanets, Researchers Say
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday July 25, 2022
    NASA has funded a project to develop a telescope that would help observe exoplanets by using the gravitational lens of the Sun, according to a new report. The telescope could eventually be used to detect life on nearby exoplanets, and the project has receieved funding as part of NIAC's three-phase program.
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  • NASA’s James Webb Telescope Detects Signs of Water on Distant ‘WASP-96 b’ Planet
    Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 13, 2022
    NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) detected signs of water and evidence of clouds and haze, in the atmosphere of WASP-96 b, located roughly 1,150 light-years away in the southern-sky constellation Phoenix, and one of more than 5,000 confirmed exoplanets in the Milky Way. The most detailed observation of its kind to date, it demonstrates Webb'...
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  • NASA Unveils First Full-Colour Images From the James Webb Space Telescope
    Gadgets 360 Staff With Input From Reuters | Tuesday July 12, 2022
    NASA officials gathered today to unveil first full-colour images from the James Webb Space Telescope, the largest and most powerful orbital observatory ever launched. 
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  • Rare Exoplanets Orbiting Pulsars Searched in the Largest Survey Conducted by Researchers
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday July 11, 2022
    In the latest research, astronomers from the University of Manchester have conducted the largest search for pulsar orbiting exoplanets. The survey included more than 800 pulsars which were analysed over the last 50 years. The researchers have tried to detect signals indicating the presence of planetary companions that had around 100 times more mass...
    gadgets360.com
  • Scientists Find Out Why Some Distant Planets Have Clouds of Sands in Their Atmosphere
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday July 8, 2022
    A new study has revealed the common trait that is conducive to sand cloud development on the planets. The study was led by researchers at the Western University who observed brown dwarfs. Brown dwarfs are celestial bodies having size larger than a planet but smaller than a star.
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  • Webb Telescope: NASA to Reveal Deepest Image Ever Taken of Universe
    Agence France-Presse | Thursday June 30, 2022
    NASA administrator Bill Nelson said that the agency will reveal the "deepest image of our Universe that has ever been taken" on July 12, thanks to the newly operational James Webb Space Telescope.
    gadgets360.com
  • Non-Earth Like Planets Could Host Life for Billions of Years, Study Suggests
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday June 28, 2022
    While scientists have looked for water bodies similar to that on Earth, a study suggests that liquid water could exist on the surface of exoplanets for billions of years under other circumstances as well.
    gadgets360.com
  • NASA Shares Photo Of Rare Event Involving Sun And Venus, Internet Amazed
    Science | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Tuesday June 28, 2022
    According to NASA, a transit is when one object crosses in front of another in space. Transits help scientists find exoplanets, it added.
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  • Astronomers Spot Two Earth-Like Planets in a Nearby Multiplanet System
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday June 17, 2022
    In a significant discovery, astronomers have spotted one of the closest known multiplanet systems located within our galactic neighbourhood. The system is about 10 parsecs or 33 light-years from Earth and was identified by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS).
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  • Astronomers Locate “Super Earth” Exoplanet in the Habitable Zone of Its Host Star
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Saturday May 28, 2022
    In a recent discovery, astronomers have spotted an exoplanet or a super-Earth that is four times the size of our planet. The planet, Ross 508 b, orbits the star at a distance that offers temperatures conducive to the formation of water on the surface of the planet.
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  • AI Algorithm Unveils Previously Unknown Arithmetic Underlying the Search for Exoplanets
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday May 25, 2022
    A team of astronomers at the University of California, Berkeley, discovered that AI can reveal unsuspected connections hidden in complex mathematics arising from general relativity. An AI algorithm built to locate exoplanets revealed that the theories employed to explain these findings were incomplete.
    gadgets360.com
  • Gravity Telescope Conceptual Imaging Technique Described by Stanford Scientists: What It Can Do
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday May 3, 2022
    Stanford University astrophysicists have been working on a new conceptual imaging technique that would be 1,000 times more precise than the strongest imaging technology now in use. Scientists could theoretically manipulate the warping effect of gravity on space-time, known as lensing, to develop imagery far more advanced than any currently availabl...
    gadgets360.com

'Exoplanets' - 160 News Result(s)

  • NASA Discovers Super-Earth That May Support Life: All You Need To Know
    World News | Edited by Bhavya Sukheja | Monday August 8, 2022
    Scientists have discovered a Super-Earth that is four times the mass of our planet and takes just 10.8 days to complete a whole year.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Scientists Study Shrinking Mini-Neptunes to Understand Planetary Evolution
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday August 5, 2022
    Scientists at Caltech have discovered four exoplanets — TOI 560b, TOI 1430.01, TOI 1683.01, and TOI 2076b – that appear to be shrinking in size and losing their atmosphere gradually. The rate at which this change is taking place suggests that these celestial bodies, called mini-Neptunes, will eventually lose their atmosphere completely to becom...
    gadgets360.com
  • New Method to Discover Exoplanets Orbiting Violent Dead Stars Suggested by Researchers
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday July 25, 2022
    Scientists may soon have a new way to detect planets that are orbiting Cataclysmic Variables (CVs), also known as violent stars. One star drawing material from the other, due to the lack of distance, thereby dimming the second star. The researchers measured the changes in the brightness of four CVs — LU Camelopardalis, QZ Serpentis, V1007 Hercul...
    gadgets360.com
  • Telescope Using Sun's Gravitational Lens Could Help Detect Signs of Life on Exoplanets, Researchers Say
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday July 25, 2022
    NASA has funded a project to develop a telescope that would help observe exoplanets by using the gravitational lens of the Sun, according to a new report. The telescope could eventually be used to detect life on nearby exoplanets, and the project has receieved funding as part of NIAC's three-phase program.
    gadgets360.com
  • NASA’s James Webb Telescope Detects Signs of Water on Distant ‘WASP-96 b’ Planet
    Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 13, 2022
    NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) detected signs of water and evidence of clouds and haze, in the atmosphere of WASP-96 b, located roughly 1,150 light-years away in the southern-sky constellation Phoenix, and one of more than 5,000 confirmed exoplanets in the Milky Way. The most detailed observation of its kind to date, it demonstrates Webb'...
    gadgets360.com
  • NASA Unveils First Full-Colour Images From the James Webb Space Telescope
    Gadgets 360 Staff With Input From Reuters | Tuesday July 12, 2022
    NASA officials gathered today to unveil first full-colour images from the James Webb Space Telescope, the largest and most powerful orbital observatory ever launched. 
    gadgets360.com
  • Rare Exoplanets Orbiting Pulsars Searched in the Largest Survey Conducted by Researchers
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Monday July 11, 2022
    In the latest research, astronomers from the University of Manchester have conducted the largest search for pulsar orbiting exoplanets. The survey included more than 800 pulsars which were analysed over the last 50 years. The researchers have tried to detect signals indicating the presence of planetary companions that had around 100 times more mass...
    gadgets360.com
  • Scientists Find Out Why Some Distant Planets Have Clouds of Sands in Their Atmosphere
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday July 8, 2022
    A new study has revealed the common trait that is conducive to sand cloud development on the planets. The study was led by researchers at the Western University who observed brown dwarfs. Brown dwarfs are celestial bodies having size larger than a planet but smaller than a star.
    gadgets360.com
  • Webb Telescope: NASA to Reveal Deepest Image Ever Taken of Universe
    Agence France-Presse | Thursday June 30, 2022
    NASA administrator Bill Nelson said that the agency will reveal the "deepest image of our Universe that has ever been taken" on July 12, thanks to the newly operational James Webb Space Telescope.
    gadgets360.com
  • Non-Earth Like Planets Could Host Life for Billions of Years, Study Suggests
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday June 28, 2022
    While scientists have looked for water bodies similar to that on Earth, a study suggests that liquid water could exist on the surface of exoplanets for billions of years under other circumstances as well.
    gadgets360.com
  • NASA Shares Photo Of Rare Event Involving Sun And Venus, Internet Amazed
    Science | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Tuesday June 28, 2022
    According to NASA, a transit is when one object crosses in front of another in space. Transits help scientists find exoplanets, it added.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Astronomers Spot Two Earth-Like Planets in a Nearby Multiplanet System
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Friday June 17, 2022
    In a significant discovery, astronomers have spotted one of the closest known multiplanet systems located within our galactic neighbourhood. The system is about 10 parsecs or 33 light-years from Earth and was identified by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS).
    gadgets360.com
  • Astronomers Locate “Super Earth” Exoplanet in the Habitable Zone of Its Host Star
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Saturday May 28, 2022
    In a recent discovery, astronomers have spotted an exoplanet or a super-Earth that is four times the size of our planet. The planet, Ross 508 b, orbits the star at a distance that offers temperatures conducive to the formation of water on the surface of the planet.
    gadgets360.com
  • AI Algorithm Unveils Previously Unknown Arithmetic Underlying the Search for Exoplanets
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Wednesday May 25, 2022
    A team of astronomers at the University of California, Berkeley, discovered that AI can reveal unsuspected connections hidden in complex mathematics arising from general relativity. An AI algorithm built to locate exoplanets revealed that the theories employed to explain these findings were incomplete.
    gadgets360.com
  • Gravity Telescope Conceptual Imaging Technique Described by Stanford Scientists: What It Can Do
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Tuesday May 3, 2022
    Stanford University astrophysicists have been working on a new conceptual imaging technique that would be 1,000 times more precise than the strongest imaging technology now in use. Scientists could theoretically manipulate the warping effect of gravity on space-time, known as lensing, to develop imagery far more advanced than any currently availabl...
    gadgets360.com
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