European space telescope aims to solve the mystery of the ‘dark universe’

Annotated depiction of the Euclid satellite from two angles, the cold side and the hot side.  It also details the part of the night sky it will scan

Receive free updates on Space exploration We will send you a myFT Daily Digest email rounding up the latest Space exploration news every morning. The European Space Agency is set to launch a €1.4bn space telescope to map the billions of galaxies across the cosmos, providing vital clues for scientists trying to unravel the mystery … Read more

For the First Time, Starlight From Quasar Galaxies Was Detected at The Dawn of The Universe

For the First Time, Starlight From Quasar Galaxies Was Detected at The Dawn of The Universe

For the first time, starlight has been seen in galaxies burning brightly in the fury of feeding black holes in the first billion years of the Universe’s existence. It makes sense that these active supermassive black holes – known as quasars – would have galaxies around them. But at such vast distances, any starlight within … Read more

New mass spectrometry combo offers promise for tapping nature’s unknown chemical universe

New mass spectrometry combo offers promise for tapping nature's unknown chemical universe

This article has been reviewed according to the editorial process and policies of Science X. The editors have highlighted the following characteristics while ensuring the credibility of the content: fact-checked peer-reviewed publication trusted source proofread Okay! Adam Hollerbach with the SLIM device developed at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Credit: Andrea Starr | Pacific Northwest … Read more