possible moon outside our solar system

Astronomers Find First Evidence of Possible Moon Outside Our Solar System

STScI, Baltimore, MD-(ENEWSPF)- Using NASA’s Hubble and Kepler space telescopes, astronomers have uncovered tantalizing evidence for what could be the first discovery of a possible moon orbiting a planet outside our solar system. This moon candidate, which is 8,000 light-years from Earth in the Cygnus constellation, orbits a gas-giant planet[Read More…]

Hurrican Florence

NASA’s GPM Satellite Peers Under the Clouds of Hurricane Florence (Video)

MARYLAND—(ENEWSPF)—September 6, 2018 By: Rob Gutro and Hal Pierce Hurricane Florence became more powerful over the past few days while moving through the central Atlantic Ocean and wind speeds increased from tropical storm force to a Category 3 hurricane. The GPM core satellite provided a look under the clouds to investigate[Read More…]

Omega Centauri, colorful stars, habitable planets, globular star cluster

Omega Centauri Unlikely to Harbor Life

Close encounters between stars in the Milky Way’s largest globular cluster leave little room for habitable planetary systems By Sarah Nightingale Riverside, CA-(ENEWSPF)- Searching for life in the vast universe is an overwhelming task, but scientists can cross one place off their list. Omega Centauri — a densely packed cluster of[Read More…]

Cassiopeia A, youngest supernova remnant, Milky Way

Galaxy Outskirts Likely Hunting Grounds for Dying Massive Stars and Black Holes

Rochester, NY-(ENEWSPF)- Findings from a Rochester Institute of Technology study provide further evidence that the outskirts of spiral galaxies host massive black holes. These overlooked regions are new places to observe gravitational waves created when the massive bodies collide, the authors report. The study winds back time on massive black[Read More…]

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Solar Flares Disrupted Radio Communications During Sept. 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Relief Effort

Washington, D.C.-(ENEWSPF)- An unlucky coincidence of space and Earth weather in early September 2017 caused radio blackouts for hours during critical hurricane emergency response efforts, according to a new study in Space Weather, a journal of the American Geophysical Union. The new research, which details how the events on the Sun and Earth[Read More…]

Final 2023 Mayoral Forum with Joe Woods

Final Village Trustee Forum – March 19, 2023