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The Euclid space telescope unveiled seven more rogue planets in an image of the Horesehead Nebula, roughly 1,500 light years from Earth. Making the find even more incredible is that these free-floating planets do not reflect the light of a star, making them extremely hard to spot. Rogue planets are not tethered to... Read more...
As the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Euclid telescope begins its exploration of the dark Universe, the space agency has released a few of the first images captured as part of Euclid’s Early Release Observations. The images come less than a year after the space telescope was launched, and around six months following... Read more...
The European Space Agency (ESA) has launched its Euclid mission that will explore the mysteries of the dark universe. The space telescope is on its way to map out a large-scale structure of the Universe across space and time by observing billions of galaxies located as far away as 10 billion light-years. Scientists... Read more...
Intel is more than just a company that makes kickass desktop and notebook processors, and that was clearly on display today during the kickoff for the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), which is being held this week in San Francisco. CEO Brian Krzanich has already laid out plans for the chip giant to expand more into the... Read more...