Magnificent DesolationApollo 16 commander John Young drives the lunar vehicle to the final stop on the Moon before the astronauts return to Earth.
And Charles Duke, the lunar module pilot, films him. April 23, 1972.
A visualization of the Laniacaeus supercollision, consisting of more than 100,000 putative galaxies.
Astronomers saw the most powerful flash on Jupiter in the last 20 yearsThe flash resulted from the fall on Jupiter in October 2021 of the body with a diameter of 15 to 31 meters. The event lasted five and a half seconds, with the released energy equivalent to about two megatons in TNT equivalent.
A team of astronomers led by Ko Arimatsu of Kyoto University reported recording a new flare on Jupiter.
The event was recorded the afternoon of October 15, 2021 using ground-based 27-centimeter telescope PONCOTS, which conducted observations in the optical and near-infrared ranges.
A magnetic tunnel a thousand light years long has been discovered around the solar systemTwo bright structures visible on opposite sides of the sky, previously thought to be separate, are actually connected and made of rope-like strands. The connection forms something akin to a tunnel around our solar system.
Composed of charged particles and a magnetic field, the structures are shaped like long ropes. They are located about 350 light years away and are about 1000 light years long.
Are the mole holes real?
History of the Earth ⏳****Our beautiful planet has changed a lot over time. And it will still be.
That's the way the Earth was 4 billion years agoNASA scientists have reconstructed the events that took place at the beginning of our planet.The Earth, when it was forming 4.5 to 3.5 billion years ago, was a red-hot globe continuously bombarded by extraterrestrial bodies.
Its oceans evaporated into steam, fractures appeared in the still young crust, the surface was filled with lava
The most detailed image of emissions from the vicinity of a black hole in the Alpha Centauri A galaxy
The supermassive black hole in the Centauri A galaxy is the closest active black hole to us, which intensely absorbs matter.
This process provokes powerful radiation from the center of the galaxy, which is about 12 million light-years away.
The new images were obtained in the radio band from the WMA Observatory in Western Australia.
Neil Armstrong and David Scott in Gemini 8 after returning to Earth.
March 17, 1966.
A frank question about astronauts' underwear😅*Astronauts wear disposable underwear and change it three times a day. Since there is no washing machine on board and *used clothes are simply thrown away.
The first photo of Uranus, depicting its glow in the X-ray range.
The reasons for the glow remain a mystery to scientists - perhaps, the answer lies in the polar lights of the ice giant.