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China on Thursday (June 18) successfully launched the Shenzhou-12 manned spaceship, ushering in a new era for humanity's exploration of space.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Although the movement control order is in effect, Malaysians, especially astronomy enthusiasts, did not miss out on viewing a rare natural phenomenon known as the Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse Wedneday (May 26) night.
It will be the second and last supermoon for 2021 and also coincides with a full lunar eclipse, making it a rare double phenomenon, with the moon expected to turn red against the night sky.
The Brunei public will be able to witness a rare total lunar eclipse on May 26, the first total eclipse in the country since July 2018.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): A Chinese cosmic ray observatory has found 12 sources of ultrahigh-energy photons and detected a photon with a record-breaking energy level of 1.4 peta-electron volt, or 1.4 million billion electron volts, according to a study published in the journal 'Nature' on Monday (May 17).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have discovered what may be the smallest-known black hole in the Milky Way galaxy and the closest to our solar system - an object so curious that they nicknamed it 'the Unicorn.'
PETALING JAYA: An astronomer from Universiti Malaya (UM) is the first author to publish data from captured images of the closest look at a violent jet emitted by a supermassive black hole.
French astronomers have caught a glimpse into the depths of the early Universe, for the first time seeing the incandescent filaments of hydrogen gas known as the "cosmic web".
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have spotted a planet orbiting a star relatively near our solar system that may offer a prime opportunity to study the atmosphere of a rocky Earth-like alien world - the type of research that could aid the hunt for extraterrestrial life.
We eat a complex amalgamation of compounds/elements at every meal, and much of it may be considered as food “dark matter”.