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Unknown objects at the heart of the Milky Way are beaming radio signals, then mysteriously disappearing

The radio telescope at the Parkes Observatory at sunset near the town of Parkes, Australia, July 15, 2019.Stefica Nicol Bikes/Reuters Mysterious radio waves emanating from the center of the galaxy have astronomers stumped. Four objects have briefly emitted radio signals that don't resemble any known type of star. Scientists think each of the four signals could come from a new type of object unknown to astronomy. Ziteng Wang found a needle in an astronomical haystack.Wang, a physics PhD st...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, News, Australia, Trends, Nasa, Stars, South Africa, Milky Way, Galaxy, Spitzer Space Telescope, Murphy, Wang, Sweet Briar College, University of Sydney, PARKES Australia


Sky-Gazers: Mark Your Calendars For These Events In 2022

(CBS13/CNN) — Total lunar eclipses, a multitude of meteor showers and supermoons will light up the sky in 2022. The new year is sure to be a sky-gazer’s delight with plenty of celestial events on the calendar. There is always a good chance that the International Space Station is flying overhead. And if you ever want to know what planets are visible in the morning or evening sky, check The Old Farmer’s Almanac’s visible planets guide. Here are the top sky events of 2022 so you can have your binoc...
Tags: Weather, News, China, Africa, Sacramento, Earth, Cnn, Stars, Moon, Middle East, South America, Meteor Shower, North America, Sturgeon, Pacific Ocean, Eta


UCT astronomers discover first dark cloud without host galaxy

It is hoped the MeerKAT telescope will lead to more discoveries on the evolution of galaxies The post UCT astronomers discover first dark cloud without host galaxy appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Astronomy, Stars, Evolution, National, University of Cape Town, UCT, Top Six, Thomas Jarrett, Hydrogen Gas Clouds, Massive Galaxy, Meerkat Telescope


A Tough Month For The Minnesota Wild

from Michael Russo of The Athletic, For a team that recently won eight in a row to catapult to the top of the standings, the Wild have to feel like it’s been a month since they last won a game. In the only NHL game played Monday night because of four postponements amid the COVID-19 positive tests wreaking havoc on a sport that will soon pause its season through Christmas, the Wild were happy to simply be playing again. Three of their final five games before the holiday break were post...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, Stars, NHL, Dallas Stars, Michael Russo, Marcus Foligno, American Airlines Center, Joel Eriksson Ek, Eriksson Ek, Jani Hakanpää


'Dancing With the Stars' features horror-themed show and one couple was scary good

"Dancing with the Stars" had a big elimination on Monday's "Horror Night" episode, where the performances were inspired by famous horror movies and television shows,
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A 19th-century artist's astronomical drawings are stunningly accurate. Compare them to NASA images today.

The Orion nebula, as Etienne Léopold Trouvelot drew it (left), and as NASA telescopes captured it (right). E. L. Trouvelot, from The New York Public Library; NASA/JPL-Caltech/STScI French artist Etienne Léopold Trouvelot sketched gorgeous illustrations of planets, star clusters, meteor showers, and eclipses in the 19th century. He worked for the Harvard College observatory, using a telescope with a grid etched into the glass eyepiece and sketching his astronomical observations on grid pape...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, News, Congress, France, US, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Features, Stars, International Space Station, Moon, Orion, Belarus, Planets


'Dancing with the Stars' returns with a new batch of celebrity contestants on September 20 - here's how to watch episodes live

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Kaitlyn Bristowe ("The Bachelorette") won season 29 of "Dancing with the Stars." Eric McCandless/Getty Hosted by Tyra Banks, "Dancing with the Stars" returns for a new season on September 20. The cast includes gold-medal Olympian Sunisa Lee, "Bachelor" leading man Matt James, and more. You can watch new episodes every Monday at 8 p.m. ET; episodes stream on Hulu the next day. + Live TV (small) Streami...
Tags: Reviews, Reality TV, TV, Entertainment, Abc, America, Trends, Tech, Getty Images, Stars, Nicole Kidman, Streaming, Dancing With The Stars, Hulu, Matt James, Siwa


The final, dying outbursts of an unstable star are captured by Hubble

Hubble researchers have returned to the unstable star AG Carinae to show it from two different views, complied from observations in 2020, 2014, and 1994.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Stars, Hubble, AG Carinae


Cameo launches Cameo Calls, a service for fans to video chat with celebs

If you really want to video chat tonight with William Hung of retro American Idol fame… got twenty bucks to spare? Yesterday, Cameo launched its Cameo Calls products, which lets fans video chat for up to 15 minutes one-on-one with their favorite influencers and celebrities. The talent sets the duration, time, and price of their call, which Cameo says averages around $31. To book a call, users can go to Cameo’s website or app to see a schedule of upcoming Cameo Calls that they can buy. These also...
Tags: Social, Mobile, Apps, Celebs, Hollywood, Messaging, Social Media, Tech, Stars, Cameo, Disney Channel, James, Calls, Weasley, William Hung, David Henrie


OK

S o. Here I am. There are many reasons for this change. But not as many as there were for leaving. The biggest one was my inability to easily put media here, which has not changed. And then what if confusion is a form of clarity? I am here because I am confused. Became confused. I guess that is clear enough for now. Things: I left here awhile ago for technical reasons. I went here . Some of you may not have found me there.  The service that delivers these posts by email no longer accept...
Tags: Crafts, Stars, Form, Becoming more or less, continuing aka Just Going, On Paper, The Real Journal Project- Loose Pages, The Wishing Kind, Clarity (now Known As Blur-ity


Under the Stars

  If you've ever gazed up at the night sky, dotted with stars, and have felt a sense of wonder at the immensity of it all, you'll probably enjoy this book by Matt Gaw. You don't need to be an astrologer or an astronomer to appreciate the night sky, simply someone who likes to look up - and maybe get a cricked neck in the process - as you gaze through the darkness of the night. Ah - and there's the rub. Our nights are nowhere near as dark as they could be in towns and cities, where artif...
Tags: Psychology, UK, Scotland, Book Review, Stars, Florence, Suffolk, Constellations, Joyce Hopewell, Gaw, Night Sky, Galloway Forest, Assagioli, Psychosynthesis, Astrology. Astronomy, Matt Gaw


Astronomers spotted a distant planet in the middle of making its own moon

The PDS 70 system, located nearly 400 light-years away and still in the process of being formed, with planet PDS 70c circled in blue. ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/Benisty et al. Astronomers have captured a distant planet adorned with a moon-making disc for the first time. The planet has captured enough gas and dust in its orbit to make three moons the size of Earth's. By studying this world and its star, astronomers can learn more about how planets and moons are born. See more stories on Insid...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, News, Trends, Earth, Stars, Chile, Jupiter, Exoplanets, Planetary Science, Carnegie Institution For Science, Telescopes, Alma, PDS, European Southern Observatory


SWEET [COSMOLOGICAL] SOUNDS FROM SWING 46 (Part Three): DAN BLOCK, GABRIELLE STRAVELLI, MICHAEL KANAN, PAT O’LEARY (July 13, 2021)

On the calendar, July 13, 2021, was an ordinary Tuesday in New York City — July, hot and humid. But at Swing 46 (that’s 349 West 46th Street) extraordinary music was being created . . . by Dan Block, clarinet … Continue reading →
Tags: New York City, Stars, Bliss, Jazz, Gabrielle Stravelli, Generosities, It's All True, Jazz Titans, The Heroes Among Us, The Real Thing, The Things We Love, Jazz Lives, Michael Steinman, Irreplaceable, Dan Block, Michael Kanan


Facebook will lure creators with $1 billion in payments

Facebook just announced plans to pay content creators more than $1 billion by the end of next year through new bonus programs designed to keep creatives plugged into its app ecosystem. Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg first announced the new funding to “reward creators for great content” on his Facebook page. The company will pay creators through a series of new bonus initiatives across Facebook and Instagram which are “seasonal, evolving and expanding over time.” The bonus programs will...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Messenger, Instagram, Youtube, Social Media, Tech, Stars, Snapchat, United States, Creators, Facebook Facebook, Mobile Applications, US Pinterest


Mystery solved: Betelgeuse, the dimming star that drew international attention, isn't exploding - it was just dusty

These images, taken by the Very Large Telescope, show the surface of the red supergiant star Betelgeuse during its dimming from January 2019 (far left) to March 2020 (far right). ESO/M. Montargès et al. Betelgeuse, a distant red giant star, captured the world's attention last year because it was dimming. The star's dying light indicated that it might soon explode in a supernova. But a new study reveals that's not the case - it was just veiled in a cloud of dust. See more storie...
Tags: Space, Science, News, Trends, Earth, Stars, Explosions, Mystery, Dust, Supernova, Astrophysics, Betelgeuse, Morgan McFall Johnsen, Miguel Montargès, Eric Pantin, Betelgeuse Montargès


The Mystery of Betelgeuse's Weird Dimming Is Likely Solved

Astronomers are attributing the unexpected dimming of Betelgeuse to a gigantic gassy belch, which formed a dust cloud that partially obscured our view of the red supergiant star.Read more...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, Stars, Orion, Supernova, Betelgeuse, Stellar Astronomy, Emily Levesque, Light Sources, Miguel Montargès, Star Types, Variable Star, Semiregular Variable Stars, Red Supergiant Star, Supergiant Star


Mystery solved: Astronomers discover what’s up with Betelgeuse

The mystery of Betelgeuse's dimming has been solved, thanks to observations which show that the star was obscured by a cloud of dust.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Stars, Betelgeuse


MDHearingAid Review

DBT is research-focused. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more MDHearingAid Review 2021 Our Verdict Low cost, doctor designed, FDA-registered hearing aids without appointments. Shop for Hearing Aids Bottom Line: This MDHearingAid is a collection of near-perfect and effective hearing aids. They improve the hearing capability of all patients with this...
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Regal Assets Review

DBT is research-focused. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.  Learn more Regal Assets Review 2021 Our Verdict Regal Assets is a highly respected investment company that assists clients with alternative investment options.  Request Free Gold Guide Pros & Cons If you are unsure of your investing future, working with Regal Assets can help you find your way. D...
Tags: Reviews, Singapore, Investing, Blogging, Stars, Ira, North America, Better Business Bureau, American Eagle, Irs, Marketwatch, Forbes, Times Square, Reuters, DBT, Forbes Finance Council


Advantage Gold Review

DBT is research-focused. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.  Learn more Advantage Gold Review 2021 Our Verdict Advantage Gold is an investment firm that specializes in precious metals. It’s a great option for first-time buyers because their staff is knowledgeable and can help provide education and resources to get you started on the right track. Request Free Gold Guide ...
Tags: Reviews, Los Angeles, Investing, Blogging, Stars, United States, Ira, Better Business Bureau, Delaware, Irs, Wilmington Delaware, Eft, DBT, James Rickard, Advantage Gold, Gold Ira


Birch Gold Group Review

DBT is research-focused. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.  Learn more Birch Gold Group Review 2021 Our Verdict Since 2003, Birch Gold Group become a leading dealer of physical precious metals in the United States. Request Free Gold Guide The Bottom Line: Founded in 2003, The Birch Gold Group is a leading name in handling and valuing precious metals and Gol...
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Humanity's most distant space probe captures a strange sound

Voyager 1, humankind's most distant space probe, detected an unusual "hum" in the data from interstellar space.The noise is likely produced by interstellar gas.Further investigation may reveal the hum's exact origins.Voyager 1, humanity's most faraway spacecraft, has detected an unusual "hum" coming from outside our solar system. Fourteen billion miles away from Earth, the Voyager's instruments picked up a droning sound that may be caused by plasma (ionized gas) in the vast emptiness of interste...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Nasa, Earth, Stars, Innovation, Universe, Planets, Carl Sagan, Cornell, Cornell University, University of Iowa, Cosmos, Nature Astronomy, Ocker, Stella Koch Ocker


Gorgeous timelapse shows starry night at rocket launch site

Check out this beautiful timelapse of the night sky shot at the European Space Agency's Spaceport in French Guiana, South America.
Tags: Photography, Space, News, Trends, Stars, Esa, Timelapse, European Space Agency, Rockets, Ariane 6


Gorgeous time-lapse shows starry night at rocket launch site

Check out this beautiful time-lapse of the night sky shot at the European Space Agency's Spaceport in French Guiana, South America.
Tags: Photography, Space, News, Trends, Stars, Esa, Timelapse, European Space Agency, Rockets, Ariane 6


Our nearest neighboring star emits record-breaking stellar flare

Our neighboring star, Proxima Centauri, has emitted a stellar flare is 100 times more powerful than any solar flare from our sun.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Stars, Proxima Centauri


Celestial Backyard Wedding With Teal, Mid-Century Vibes

We’re stealing your attention to spotlight this celestial backyard wedding with teal velvet goodness and mid-century accents everywhere you look. Jane Alexandra Events was the creative mastermind behind this at-home fete brimming with lush greenery ceremony decor, jewel tones juxtaposed with matte black hues and crescent moons in all the right places. The cheery mix… Celestial Backyard Wedding With Teal, Mid-Century Vibes - Ruffled
Tags: Stars, Wedding, Mid-century, Cosmic, Crescent Moon, Yuri Yatel, Teal Wedding, Velvet Wedding, Micro Weddings, 1703 Event Studios, Celestial Wedding, Jane Alexandra Events, Teal Mid Century Vibes


NHL Players of the Week: McDavid, Zibanejad & More

Week 10 of the 2020-21 NHL season featured an abundance of high-scoring matchups. A total of five or more goals were scored in 37 of the 54 games played. Moreover, a single team scored five or more goals in a game 13 times. The Colorado Avalanche led the league in scoring, tallying 19 goals for and averaging 6.33 goals per game. On the other end of the spectrum, the Philadelphia Flyers gave up 22 goals against, more than any other team. Let’s take a look at this week’s top performers! Forwar...
Tags: Column, Washington, Toronto, Sport, Stars, Top Stories, Avalanche, Arizona, Lightning, Dallas, Hockey, NHL, Honda, Montreal, Calgary Flames, Calgary


Weird Dallas Stars Games: The Winter Storms

Every team in the NHL deals with weird games where the unusual happens. Not in terms of things not done before, but circumstances that make the game fall into the weird category. The Dallas Stars have many of those games. The Stars add two into this first volume of weird games. Winter weather rarely occurs in Dallas. When a Stars game mixes in with adverse snow conditions, weird things happen. The attendance dropped below average as Dallas Fort-Worthers refused to get out. Some fans braved the c...
Tags: Texas, Atlanta, Sport, Stars, Dallas, Hockey, NHL, Dallas Stars, Philadelphia Flyers, Tyler Seguin, Jamie Benn, Zac Rinaldo, Dallas Fort Worth, Atlanta Thrashers, Antoine Roussel, Seguin


Quick Recap- Wings/Stars

Games like this happen on occasion but they are very hard to watch.  Not much entertainment value tonight. The Stars scored late in the 2nd period to take  1-0 lead after 40 minutes. Then midway through th 3rd period, Dallas added another goal to make it 2-0 and a few minutes later scored their third goal. No more scoring, Dallas wins 3-0. Team stats
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NASA highlights skywatching entertainment for March

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is back again with its monthly rundown of skywatching tips. This is what you can see.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Stars, Planets, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Night Sky