The supermassive black hole in NGC 5813 has erupted at least three times, with the latest still occurring.
The spots consist of many individual bright points of differing sizes with a central cluster, but scientists still don’t know an explanation for them.
Physicists develop theoretical framework for measuring heat in tiny objects
Researchers from the OSIRIS team believe that the increasing heating-up of Comet 67P is responsible for newly observed night activity.
The video is based on observations of Ceres that were taken from Dawn’s first mapping orbit.
Ultrafast optical measurements could lead to cooler computer chips
The new observations reveal star-forming clumps in the galaxy equivalent to giant versions of the Orion Nebula.
Like they do on Earth, these deposits might provide a window into the possibility of past life on the Red Planet.