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Is our universe a giant three-dimensional donut? | Digital Trends Spanish

The infinite would be nothing more than a spiral of multiple twists and turns where everything would be enclosed as in a great three-dimensional donut, that is the new concept of the universe that a group of astrophysicists from the University of Lyon are postulating. It would be a specific way to measure the size of the universe, since its space would be closed and connected, "our entire cosmos could only be three to four times larger than the limits of the observable universe, about 45 billion light years away, "he said to LiveScience, the astrophysicist Thomas Buchert, from the University of Lyon, and the Center for Astrophysical Research in France. To some extent, the theory of these Gallic astronomers is that the universe would be quite similar to a donut, it can even be explained ...
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The light of the stars, key in the origin of the Earth | Digital Trends Spanish

In 2011, scientists discovered that solar wind samples brought to Earth by the Genesis mission showed that oxygen isotopes in the Sun differ from those found on our planet, the Moon, and the other planets and satellites in the solar system. According to experts, at the beginning of the history of the solar system, the material that would later become planets received a strong dose of ultraviolet light, this could explain the difference. At that time, when wondering where it came from, two theories emerged. One of them pointed out that the ultraviolet light came from our then young sun, or from a nearby large star in the so-called solar stellar nursery. Now researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have determined that the second hypothesis was most likely. "We knew we were born...
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The head of NASA does not believe that we are alone in the universe | Digital Trends Spanish

After reading the UFO report published by the Pentagon at the request of the United States Congress, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson stated that he does not believe that "we are alone" in the universe. The official further added that the launch of a new telescope later this year would help find more planets that could host intelligent extraterrestrial life. The report presented on June 24 compiles several cases of unidentified aerial phenomena (FANI) registered by pilots of the United States Air Force. However, the document notes that there are more than 140 sightings that cannot be classified and lack an explanation. “Yes, I have seen the classified report. It basically says what we think. We don't know the answer to what those Navy pilots saw, they know they saw something, they track...
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The universe keeps getting hotter | Digital Trends Spanish

Research by the Ohio State University Center for Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics examined the thermal history of the universe and concluded that it is getting hotter and hotter. The work was published in the magazine Astrophysical JournaLy determined that the temperature of gas throughout the universe has increased more than ten times during the last ten billion years, reaching approximately 2.2 million degrees Celsius. “As the universe evolves, gravity pulls dark matter and gas into space to form galaxies and galaxy clusters. The drag is violent, so violent that more and more gas is discharged and heated, ”explains Yi-Kuan Chiang, lead author of the study. The researchers used a new method that allowed them to estimate the temperature of the gas farther from Earth. This mean...
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Why can’t The Mandalorian take off his helmet? | Digital Trends Spanish

The Mandalorian It is one of the most successful series of the moment. The production that is part of the Disney Plus catalog has managed to captivate loyal fans of the Star Wars universe, in addition to gaining a significant number of new fans. In addition to its compelling story, one of the aspects that most caught our attention since its launch is the presence of a main character, played by Pedro Pascal, whose face we could hardly ever see. This is because Din Djarin, or Mando, wears a helmet for most of the series, in fact, he rarely takes it off; This has fueled a number of theories among fans, especially since in other installments of the franchise, the Mandalorians did reveal their faces. In one of the first episodes of the previous season, Pascal's own character points ou...
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Star Wars: The High Republic presents its villains | Digital Trends Spanish

Little by little, loyal Star Wars fans have learned some of the details of Star Wars: The High Republic, the new era to which the franchise will enter and that will have comics and novels that will be developed during 2021. A few days ago we met the Padawans who will be part of The High Republic, and now it was the villains' turn. These characters are a mixture of monsters and marauders, a new, completely different set that the Jedi must face in their new adventures. Star wars From Lucasfilm they have explained that when creating these villains they had to answer the question of what scares the Jedi the most. “It's a really funny question but extraordinarily difficult to answer. The five authors, as well as the history group and the editing teams, thought about what would scare th...
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NASA creates list of the most disturbing sounds from space | Digital Trends Spanish

The world prepares for a new Halloween celebration. This will be a different version, yes, due to the worrying pandemic that affects the planet. For this reason, the way of celebrating has changed and we may have to spend more time at home during this traditional celebration. The good news is that the panoramas are not going to be missing and they may come from the most unusual places. From space, for example. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has launched in Soundcloud a special list that brings together the scariest sounds obtained from space. As reported in a release, this list "is full of new moans and whistles from our universe that would scare even the most macabre creatures." The compilation includes sounds derived from the tremors on Mars, detected ...
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Space | Digital Trends Spanish

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They get an impressive map of the halo that surrounds Andromeda | Digital Trends Spanish

A group of astronomers managed to map for the first time in history the immense envelope of gas, called the halo, that surrounds the Andromeda galaxy, the closest galactic neighbor of the Milky Way. Using data from the Hubble telescope, the scientists discovered that the faint and almost invisible halo of diffuse plasma extends 1.3 million light-years in some areas, up to 2 million light-years elsewhere. This means that the Andromeda halo is colliding with that of the Milky Way. Another finding was that they discovered that the halo has a completely different structure of two layers: an inner, more complex and dynamic, and an outer, softer and warmer. "It is full of clues about the past and future evolution of the galaxy, and we can finally study our closest galactic neighbor in gr...