#Stars

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NASA Captures Exploding Star

NASA scientists captured images of a supernova, or an exploding star, for the first time and we are totally transfixed by the video. While NASA has been able

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Black Hole Belches Bright Radio Flashes as It Devours Nearby Star

Black holes are voracious eaters, but they don't have the nicest table manners.

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Astronomers glimpse cosmic dawn, when the stars switched on

WASHINGTON (AP) — After the Big Bang, it was cold and black. And then there was light. Now, for the first time, astronomers have glimpsed that dawn of the universe 13.6 billion years ago when the earliest stars were turning on the light in the cosmic da

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Are Quark Stars Possible?

Scientists don't yet know if ultradense quark stars can exist out in the universe.

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Betelgeuse: The impending Supernova you need to know about

Check out this incredible video of the Betelgeuse 'killer' star - 1,400 times larger than our Sun that would swallow up Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and even Jupiter. The Betelgeuse star is a famous one among amateur astronomers not only for its size and b

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Superluminal Speeds (faster than light)

This video features Professor Mike Merrifield from the University of Nottingham explaining a star appearing to a break the faster than light law.

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Want to feel really small? Meet UY Scuti, the largest star in the universe

Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered just how big those twinkling lights really are? Meet UY Scuti, a star nearly 1,700 time larger than our Sun and the biggest in our galaxy.

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

Rare Astrological Event: January 7th 2017 All Planets Are Moving Direct

Starting January 7th and going through February 6th, 2017, all of the major planets will be moving direct (forward). Ancients saw this as a time of great

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

Stellar Star Comparison Video Puts Almost Everything Into Perspective | Nerdist

In the span of a few hundred years, humans have gone from feeling very big — at the center of literally everything — to very small. We can thank science for

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Newly Discovered Strange Planet Has 3 Suns

The planet is believed to be a relatively young 16 million years old. Exoplanets are planets that orbit a star other than our sun. "For much of the planet's year, the stars appear close together, giving it a familiar night side and day si

Sports | NHL

NHL Playoffs Takeaways: Stars, Predators each force a Game 7

Here are the key takeaways from Monday night's playoff games.

Sports | NHL

WATCH: Blues win Game 2 in OT after costly Stars penalty - CBSSports.com

Antoine Roussel's penalty in overtime gave David Backes an opportunity to score the game winning goal for the St. Louis Blues.

Sports | NHL

Dallas Stars speed away from St. Louis Blues to take Game 1 | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports

From Yahoo Sports: The Stars started the game hot and continued to pour it on, outshooting the Blues 14-6 in the first period and then 17-11 in the second period.

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NHL Playoffs Takeaways: Capitals, Stars and Islanders move on - CBSSports.com

Here are the key takeaways from all of Sunday's action in the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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Shockwave of an exploding star seen for the first time - CNN.com

It lasted only 20 minutes and took place 1.2 billion light years away, but NASA managed to catch it on camera: a star exploding.

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I’m STILL Not Sayin’ Aliens. But This Star Is Really Weird.

A star that made headlines due to weird brightness dips—leading to speculations of aliens building structures around it—is even weirder than we thought.

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

Jaw-dropping Andromeda galaxy photo comprises 37 hours of exposure

A pair of "backyard" astrophotographers have collaborated to produce a stunning image of our nearest galactic neighbour.

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

We're One Step Closer to Understanding a Moon That Could Be Home to Alien Life

Finding life elsewhere would end our cosmic isolation: if there is life in our own planetary backyard, then life is probably common throughout the universe. These enticing possibilities are why my colleagues and I have spent 17 years developing a spacecra

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

Scientists discover black hole so big it contradicts growth theory - Yahoo News

From Yahoo News: By Colin Packham SYDNEY (Reuters) - Scientists say they have discovered a black hole so big that it challenges the theory about how they grow. Scientists said this black hole was formed about 900 million years after the Big Bang. "Ba

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This Video Lets You Travel at the Speed of Light (Sort Of)

Riding Light is a 45-minute short film/animation that attempts to recreate what it would be like to hitch a ride on the back of a photon and travel from the core of the sun to beyond the orbit of Jupiter. Be prepared to feel completely insignificant.

Pets & Animals | Animals

Stars Pitch In After Famous Beverly Hills Dog Allegedly Kidnapped

A celebrity-backed dog hunt is on in Beverly Hills after one of the city’s most well-known pooches was allegedly snatched on the street. Surveillance video shows the dog, a White Maltese named Charlie, walking down the street followed by a woman and a c

Style & Fashion | Style

The Stars Dress to Kill at 2014 LACMA

View the The Stars Dress to Kill at 2014 LACMA photo gallery on Yahoo Celebrity. Find more news related pictures in our photo galleries.

Sports | NHL

Getzlaf shines to help Ducks hold off Stars

NHL Hockey Recap: Final statistics from the Dallas vs. Anaheim game played on April 18, 2014

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Ducks hold off Stars 4-3 in opener

Ryan Getzlaf spent the final seconds of the Anaheim Ducks' playoff opener in the dressing room with a large ice bag pressed to a nasty cut on his left cheek. Playoff success usually requires a little discomfort, and the Ducks got a good taste of both