Strange objects

Strange objects

Astronomy Solar system

Strange objects

Strange objects –There is no doubt that the universe is wonderful. It is enough to look at nature to see the species of flowers, plants, and animals that reproduce themselves, which move on a semi-melted blue rock covered with thin and hard shells, and a halo of gas surrounds them. But our planet is only a very small part of the stunning phenomena around the universe, and astronomers are discovering new wonders every day. In these photos, we will take a look at the most unknown objects in infinite space.

Mysterious radio signals

Since 2007, researchers have consistently received extremely strong and bright radio signals that glow for only a few milliseconds at a time. These enigmatic rays are called fast radio bursts (FRBs) and appear to have reached us billions of light-years away (although they are not the work of space creatures, they have never been the work of space creatures). Recently, scientists were able to record a repetitive FRB effervescence that glowed six times. This is the second time such signals have been seen, and with this observation, we may be able to unravel their mystery.

Strange objects -Core pasta

The strongest matter in the universe is made from the remnants of dead stars. According to the simulations, the protons and neutrons of a star’s wrinkled shell may be subjected to unlimited gravitational pressure, forming a torsion of a macaroni-like material. These materials can be broken in some way, but you have to apply a very strong force, 10 billion times the force needed to break steel.

Hamia has a ring

There is a dwarf planet called Hamia, which orbits Neptune in the Kuiper Belt around the Sun and has known features that are enough to make it unusual. It is elongated, has two months, and its day lasts only 4 hours; Which is actually the fastest rotation among the large objects in the solar system. But in 2017, Hamia became even stranger; Astronomers observed it as it passed in front of a star and noticed that very narrow rings revolved around it. These rings were probably the result of collisions in the distant past.

A fish that has a moon

What is more beautiful than the moon? A fish that spins around another moon; The phenomenon that has been named on the Internet for months. These objects, also called the lunar month, the moon, the father moon, the lunar month, and the moon, still exist only in theory and theory, but according to recent calculations, their formation is by no means impossible. Astronomers will probably discover one of them soon.

Strange objects – A galaxy without dark matter?

Dark matter (mysterious matter that makes up 85% of the total mass of the universe) is a strange thing. But researchers are convinced of at least one of its properties: Dark matter is everywhere. That’s why members of a research team went brainstorming in March 2018 after observing a unique galaxy that apparently had no dark matter. Subsequent research by scientists showed that this amazing object actually contained dark matter, and subsequent research led to the contradictory belief that dark matter did not exist in the universe at all. Dear astronomers, unite your words!

The most unusual star

Astronauts Tibetan Boyajian and colleagues at Louisiana State University first spotted a star called KIC 846285 KIC 846285. The star, dubbed the “Star of Tabi”, darkened at irregular intervals and at different times, sometimes up to 22 percent. Various theories have been proposed, one of which is the possibility of a superstructure made by space creatures; But most researchers today believe that the cause of its darkening is an unusual ring of dust that surrounds it.

Hyperion is full of electricity

The title of the “strangest” moon in the solar system can be attributed to many celestial bodies: Jupiter’s Ivy volcanic moon, Neptune’s galaxy. But the strangest appearances are attributed to Saturn’s Hyperion moon; A moon that looks like an unbalanced footstone with many holes. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, which visited the Saturn system (Saturn and its moons) from 2004 to 2017, found that the Hyperion “particle beam” sends constant electricity into space.

Strange objects -Neutrino Help

The energetic neutrino beam that struck the Earth on December 22, 2017, was not in itself so unusual and surprising. Physicists observe neutrinos with similar energy at least once a month at the Icecube Antarctic Neutrino Observatory. But the reason this ray was so special was that it was the first ray to give astronomers enough information about its origin, forcing them to turn their telescopes in the direction of this origin. They found that the neutrino was launched four billion years ago by an ignited blazer. This blazer is a supermassive black hole at the center of another galaxy that eats up the material around it and lifts it.

Live Fossil Galaxy

DGSAT 1 is a dispersed galaxy (UDG); That is, it is the size of a Milky Way galaxy, but its stars are so far apart that the galaxy is almost invisible. But when scientists observed the spirited galaxy DGSAT 1 in 2016, they realized that it was alone, unlike other ultraviolet clusters commonly found in clusters. The characteristics of this galaxy show that the universe is in a very different time period and was formed only one billion years after the Big Bang, which means that this galaxy is a living fossil.

Dual image of a quasar

Massive objects, including quasars, bend light so that most of them distort the image of objects behind them. Scientists used the Hubble Space Telescope to find a quasar from the first days of the universe to estimate the rate at which the universe is expanding. They found that the universe is expanding faster today than it did in the past; A finding that contradicted other estimates. Physicists now have to investigate whether their theories were wrong or if something strange was happening.

Infrared rays from space

Neutron stars are very dense objects that form after the death of an ordinary star. They typically emit radio waves or higher-energy radiation, such as X-rays, but in September 2018, astronomers discovered a long beam of infrared light coming from a neutron star 800 light-years from Earth; An event that had never been seen before. Researchers have suggested that a dust disk around the neutron star may have triggered the signal, but no definitive explanation has yet been given.

A rebellious planet with an aurora borealis

The rebellious planets, separated from their mother star by gravity, wander around the galaxy. One of the special types of these planets is called SIMP J01365663 + 0933437, which is a planet that is 200 light-years away from us and its magnetic field is 200 times that of Jupiter. The field is so strong that it creates bright aurorae in the planet’s atmosphere and can be seen with radio telescopes from Earth.

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