What's four stories tall, has a sunshield the size of a tennis court, & will seek to answer some of humanity's deepest questions? 🔍✨
In the new episode of our Curious Universe podcast, meet @NASAWebb, our cosmic time machine. 🌌
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🌊 A pair of galaxies resemble a waterfall in this @NASAHubble image. Interacting galaxies influence each other, which may eventually result in a merger or unique formation. Here, stars from one galaxy appear to fall into the other like drops of water: https://t.co/CA7Uw76FsQhttps://t.co/8E3orn6dGx
What do Albert Einstein, GPS, & a pair of stars 200,000 trillion miles away have in common?
An effect called the "gravitational redshift” from Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. Using @ChandraXray, astronomers discovered the phenomenon in two stars: https://t.co/fsYYh2iKj9https://t.co/nol8Xqjxwr
Asteroids are the storytellers of our solar system’s youth. This week, @OSIRISREx collected an asteroid sample & will bring its stories to Earth.
Why is it that asteroid Bennu holds the history of our origins? Let’s go back to the beginning: https://t.co/IUr41QON2thttps://t.co/nz8mPJ4afU