Astonishing Images Of Galaxies, Stars & Supernova Remnants Released By NASA

(Mayukh Saha) NASA has an X-ray observatory named after the Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar. The Chandra X-ray telescope has consistently delivered some of the most astonishing astronomical discoveries. Chandra X-ray was the one that delivered the first light images of the remnants of the Cassiopeia A supernova. In 2000, some high school students accessed the data gathered from this telescope to find a neutron star inside the remnants of the IC 443 supernova too.

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Advanced Civilizations Could Build a Galactic Internet with Planetary Transits

A new study suggests that alien civilizations could be using artificial transits of their star to create an interstellar communication system. Credit: NASA/Tim Pyle


(Matt Williams) Decades after Enrico Fermi’s uttered his famous words – “Where is everybody?” – the Paradox that bears his name still haunts us. Despite repeated attempts to locate radio signals coming from space and our ongoing efforts to find visible indications of alien civilizations in distant star systems, the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence (SETI) has yet to produce anything substantive.
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The Major Events in the Galaxy Which Have Shaped Mankind’s History — What’s the Moral to this Story?

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(Stillness in the Storm Editor) The following historical overview has a lot of very interesting points to consider. As with many narratives of this type, I cannot confirm if it is authentic. However, there is much that can be gleaned about the nature of the cosmos, the evolutionary plans of creation, and how our "older brothers and sisters" in the universe can get off track when they fail to recognize and honor the laws of creation.
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