The Spiderweb Galaxy – which spans some 3 times the diameter of our Milky Way – is forming inside a cluster of protogalaxies, in a dense soup of molecular gas.
Artist's conception of the Spiderweb. In this image, the protogalaxies are shown in white and pink, and the blue indicates the location of the carbon monoxide gas in which the protogalaxies are immersed. Image via ESO/ M. Kornmesser/ NRAO.
The moon passed Venus Friday evening, but there’s more to come. Wonderful photos here! Thanks to all who submitted. Keep watching this post for more photos.
Like most life on Earth, our gut microbes have their own circadian rhythm. Disrupting that daily routine can be bad – and keeping it in balance can be good – for whole body.
Micro changes have macro results. Image via Darryl Leja, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health
Exploding “heat bombs” might explain why the sun’s upper atmosphere, or corona, sizzles at millions of degrees – hundreds of times hotter than at the surface.
Image via NASA