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Black Hole Image Makes History

A black hole and its shadow have been captured in an image for the first time, a historic feat by an international network of radio telescopes called the Event Horizon Telescope.

SOP newswireNASA Review Board Validates New Technologies Developed for Northrop Grumman-built James Webb Space Telescope - (PrimeNewswire via COMTEX News Network) -- Technologies developed for NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) are mature enough to move into the detailed engineering phase. Northrop Grumman
SOP newswireEvidence of Ancient Volcanic Explosion on Mars - NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit has discovered evidence of an ancient volcanic explosion at
SOP newswireNASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer Celebrating its Fourth Year in Space - Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, Mass.
SOP newswireUrban Sediments After Hurricanes Katrina, Rita Contained High Levels of Contaminants - In the first study to evaluate urban sediments after a natural disaster, scientists have found that floodwaters in New Orleans from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in August and
SOP newswireJPL Open House Takes Visitors on a Journey to the Planets and Beyond - Visitors will learn about JPL's exciting space missions and see robots in action. Scientists and engineers will also answer questions about the solar system, the
SOP newswireSoar Through a Hurricane on The Wing of a Research Aircraft - Soar through a hurricane on the wing of a research aircraft, rise gently through the atmosphere atop a weather balloon or search for a hidden underwater cave on
SOP newswireAlzheimer's, Parkinson's, Type 2 Diabetes Similar at Molecular Level - Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, type 2 diabetes, the human version of mad cow disease, and other degenerative diseases are more closely related at the molecular
SOP newswireCloudSat Standard Data Products Released to Science Community - The CloudSat Data Processing Center (DPC) has released a Beta version of the final 3 Standard Data Products (2B-CWC-RO, 2B-TAU, 2B-FLXHR). These data are now available to the general
SOP newswireNASA, First 3-D Images of Sun - NASA's twin Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) spacecraft have made the first three-dimensional images of the sun. The new view will greatly aid scientists' ability to understand
SOP newswirePalmer Station, Antarctica Celebrates Earth Day With an Underwater Clean Up - Residents at Palmer Station, a year-round U.S. research station on the Antarctic Peninsula, removed old debris from the sea floor near the station in late April 2007, as a
SOP newswireHow Safe Is the Race to Send Tourists into Space? - Mr. Branson's Virgin Galactic has begun accepting advance reservations ($200,000 a seat) for suborbital trips from spaceports in California and New Mexico.
SOP newswire NOAA'S Environmental Heroes Help Protect the Planet - The annual awards commemorate Earth Day by recognizing individuals and organizations that volunteer their time to help NOAA carry out its mission.
SOP newswirePlanetary Danger Zone MapPed - Stars move around all the time, so if one wanders into the danger zone and stays for too long, it will probably never be able to form planets
SOP newswireChemist, Educator, Communicator Receives Public Service Award - Bassam Z. Shakhashiri, a chemistry professor who pioneered new ways to encourage public understanding of science through his enthusiastic communications and visually
SOP newswireDiscovered and Sequenced Ancient T. Rex and Mastodon Protein Fragments - Scientists have confirmed the existence of protein in soft tissue recovered from the fossil bones of a 68 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex (T. rex) and a half-million-year-old
SOP newswireTelescopes Could Detect Earth Twin - For the first time ever, NASA researchers have successfully demonstrated in the laboratory that a space telescope rigged with special masks and mirrors could snap a photo of an Earth-like planet
SOP newswireNOAA's GOES-10 - South Americans, and millions more in the Western Hemisphere, are benefitting from the reposition of NOAA's GOES-10 spacecraft, a move designed to lessen
SOP newswireNASA Searching for the Grandest Asteroid Tour - Asteroids are Earth's closest celestial neighbors, sometimes passing closer to Earth than even the Moon. And yet, to date, only two spacecraft have ever remained in proximity to one of these
SOP newswireResearchers Find Global Positioning System is Impacted - Solar radio bursts begin with a solar flare that injects high-energy electrons into the solar upper atmosphere.
SOP newswireApollo 13 Astronaut’s Medal Recovered by FBI - When an explosion rocked the Apollo 13 lunar module in 1970, scuttling a moon landing and endangering three astronauts on board—an event that riveted the nation and tested the resolve and ingenuity of
SOP newswireNASA Finds Arctic Replenished Very Little Thick Sea Ice in 2005 - A new NASA study has found that in 2005 the Arctic replaced very little of the thick sea ice it normally loses and replenishes each year. Replenishment
SOP newswireNASA Telescope Finds Planets Thrive Around Stellar Twins - Astronomers using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope have observed that planetary systems " dusty disks of asteroids, comets and possibly planets " are at least as
SOP newswireCentral States Expect Snow, Rain and Severe Weather as Flood Concerns Grow - As a slow-moving low pressure system and associated cold front continue to move across the Central Plains, NOAA weather forecasters expect rains to continue.
SOP newswireCassini Images Bizarre Hexagon on Saturn - Pasadena, Calif. -- An odd, six-sided, honeycomb-shaped feature circling the entire north pole of Saturn has captured the interest of scientists with NASA's
SOP newswireScientists Gather to Discuss Challenges along the US-Mexico Border - The U.S. Geological Survey hosted a two-day scientific workshop that drew state and federal government scientists, and university researchers together to discuss interdisciplinary research along the US-Mexico border.
SOP newswireInternational Mission To Study Sun Returns Spectacular Images - Washington -- An international mission to study the sun has returned new, detailed images of the solar atmosphere that scientists say will change the way they understand Earth's nearest star.
SOP newswireGravity Measurements Help Melt Ice Mysteries - Greenland is cold and hot. It's a deep freezer storing 10 percent of Earth's ice and a subject of fevered debate. If something should melt all that ice.
SOP newswireTwo Hawaii-based NOAA Ships Arrived at Their New Home - Two Hawaii-based NOAA ships arrived at their new home port at historic Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, with a third NOAA ship to follow later this
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Astronaut Rick Searfoss sits down for a chat with Judyth Piazza - He has logged over 5,000 hours flying time in 56 different types of aircraft and over 939 hours in space. He also holds FAA Airline Transport Pilot, glider, and flight instructor ratings.
SOP newswireNASA Glenn to Test Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle - CLEVELAND - NASA's Glenn Research Center will conduct integrated
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