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Universe Today

Space and astronomy news.

  • Based in Canada
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May 2023 130
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Aug 2023 106
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Oct 2023 141
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Most recent posts

If Our Part of the Universe is Less Dense, Would That Explain the Hubble Tension?
In the 1920s, Edwin Hubble and Georges Lemaitre made a startling discovery that forever changed our perception of the Universe. Upon observing galaxies beyond the Milky Way and measuring their spectra, they determined that the …
On , by Matt Williams, 885 words
Did the Last Great Galactic Merger Create the Milky Way's Bar?
The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy. More specifically, it is a barred spiral galaxy, meaning that within its central region, there is a bar shape off of which the spirals emanate. About two-thirds of …
On , by Brian Koberlein, 511 words
A Star Near the Center of the Milky Way is a Visitor from Beyond
There’s an alien red giant star orbiting in the center of our galaxy. It’s called S0-6 and has chemical fingerprints from its birthplace far outside the Milky Way. This ancient star is spiraling slowly in …
On , by Carolyn Collins Petersen, 1,033 words