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space discoveries are always mind-blowing and  amazing to learn always expanding Sciences  

boundaries and our knowledge of how our universe  works welcome to our Channel and today we’ll  

be presenting you with the 10 most brilliant  recent space discoveries you’ll be surprised  

to find out which space discovery has changed 

everything scientists know about exploration  

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today let’s begin with our countdown in tenth  

place Erika will be kicking off our list with the 

discovery in flight of our akkad the most distant  

object explored up close in our system a room 

full of people in Laurel Maryland got something  

unusual today the greatest long-distance call in 

human history that call traveled more than four  

billion miles a radio signal from NASA’s new 

Horizons spacecraft in 2016 the new Horizons  

probe reached Pluto and took the first pictures 

of it when it flew over the planet however despite  

having been designed to reach Pluto and find out  what it looked like after it did the New Horizons  

kept exploring the Kuiper belt to find more about 

other asteroids and astronomical objects found  

there among these we can mention Erika a distant  rock flown over by the probe on January 1st 2019  

Erica is a double-lobed object that looks like  a flattened snowman it’s also very red and has  

left scientists baffled due to its peculiar shape 

Eric off means sky and the Powhatan are Algonquin  

language however before its official naming in  2019 our √ęcause was nicknamed Ultima Thule a  

mystical Island beyond the borders of the known 

world the probe snapped hundreds of photographs  

as it flew over the space rock at 32,000 200  miles per hour on New Year’s Day coming in at 9th  

place the cosmic web to understand this fantastic 

discovery first we have to understand a bit about  

how space and our universe works every galaxy  in the observable universe is a small dot or  

landmark on a long line of gas known as the cosmic  web each Road or filament on this intergalactic  

interstate is made of hydrogen left over from  the

Big Bang where large quantities of hydrogen  

converge clusters of galaxies appear in the dark  sea of space the web is too faint to see with the  

naked eye but in October astronomers photographed  a piece of it for the first time ever using the  

faint ultraviolet glow of a distant galaxy is

  backlighting the image shows blue strands of  

hydrogen Criss crossing through space 12 billion  light-years away connecting bright white galaxies  

in its path the largest of these filaments that 

we found a date is the Hercules Corona borealis  

great wall which is a staggering 10 billion light  years long and contains several billion galaxies  

as for the voids the largest is the Kenan Barger  and Cowie void which has a diameter of two billion  

light years within a segment of the spherical 

KBC void lies the Milky Way galaxy and our  

planet the cosmic web is the closest equivalent  to a universal blueprint which is why it’s such  

an important and mind-blowing discovery eighth 

place Teegarden star habitable planets in June  

2019 researchers reported that they had found two  earth-like exoplanets circling a red dwarf known  

as Teegarden star which lies only 12.5 light-years  from Earth

these planets reside in the habitable  

zone of their star which might support the  existence of liquid water on their world’s surface  

we might be able to move to Teegarden star solar  system soon seventh place China landing on the  

far side of the Moon China has achieved a major 

milestone in its space program and historic first  

for human space exploration china’s lunar rover  touched down on the far side of the moon mankind’s  

been landing on the moon since quite a few decades  ago but on January 3rd 2019 was the first time  

humanity landed on the far side of the Moon on 

January 3rd the Changi for mission touched down on  

the side of the moon we can’t see from Earth the  spacecraft sent back the first photos ever taken  

from that part of the moon’s surface like its  predecessors the mission is named after Chang II  

that he’s moon-goddess sixth place the Helio pons  we know all about our atmosphere of magnetosphere  

asteroids comets and all kinds of objects that 

come in contact with earth and get promptly  

disintegrated by these protective fields however 

there’s an even more violent fight unfolding at  

the frontier of our solar system that’s because 

several miles away from our solar system center  

there are crackling solar winds colliding with 

powerful cosmic rates at a boundary called the  

heliopause first spotted by NASA’s twin Voyager 

probes which passed through the region and saw  

that the heliopause is literally a physical wall  of plasma that deflects most incoming radiation  

this plasma shield as it’s described in an  independent study may deflect about 70% of cosmic  

rays from entering our solar system so what do you  think about these great space discoveries so far  

let us know in the comments fifth-place orphaned 

planet if you know a little bit about stars and  

their lives you might know that when a star runs  out of fuel and collapses it might become a white  

door which is the crystalline corpse of a star any 

planets around the star were probably destroyed by  

the Stars final growth spurt or destroyed by the  white dwarfs intense gravity so there’s not a lot  

of hope for these planets despite this astronomers 

found an intact planet orbiting a living white  

Dorf star for the first time in history it was  spotted about 2040 light-years away from Earth  

and the white dwarf system is emanating a strange 

combo of gases that could be a neptune-like planet  

evaporating as it circles the dead star that  means that scientists have proved that white  

dwarf stars can host planets which was believed  to be impossible fourth place solar tsunamis  

tsunamis are never good news and tsunamis in the  Sun are definitely not good news either while  

still sounding like an awe-inspiring phenomenon 

the Parker Solar Probe approached closer than  

ever to the Sun in 2019 allowing scientists to  closely observe solar phenomena that they had no  

idea about previously this is an occurrence known  as Terminator event cataclysmic magnetic field  

collision at the sun’s equator these collisions  may result in twin tsunamis of plasma attacking  

the sun’s surface at 300 meters per second in  both directions the solar tsunamis could last for  

weeks at a time and may occur every decade or

so  that’s definitely amazing to know however there’s  

an even more shocking fact at the top of our list  ready to find out which one it is let’s head down  

to the top three third place mid mass black hole  whenever something nears a black hole it’s really  

difficult to get out of its gravitational pull  despite this some scientists recently found one  

of the most impressive space events ever seen by  a telescope one of the fastest renegade stars ever  

seen floating across the Milky Way at 1.2 million  miles per hour

most of the stars moving at these  

blinding speeds are actually the survivors of  a binary system they got ripped in half by a  

supermassive black hole or exploding supernova  but this speedy star appeared to be different once  

this star’s velocity and trajectory were tracked  researchers were able to determine that it seemed  

to have encountered a mid mass black hole which is  why it was fleeing so far however these black hole  

types have never been observed before which shines  a new light on scientists knowledge of black holes  

and their functioning second place baby black  holes black holes are without a doubt spaces most  

terrifying objects in March 2019 some Japanese  astronomers wanted to search baby pictures of the  

universe by pointing their telescope to the corner  of space around 13 billion light years away they  

found 83 undiscovered supermassive black holes  that date to the early days of the universe these  

are actually a bunch of quasars ripe with gases  and dust that surround supermassive black holes  

these are around 800 million years after the Big  Bang making them some of the earliest objects ever  

detected first place real live Tatooine multiple  star systems people looking up at multiple sunsets  

and so on is a familiar theme from science-fiction  but this is the first time that it has become  

science fact so in some sense that Star Wars that  sunset that on Tatooine that Luke Skywalker saw  

has become a possibility if you’ve watched Star  Wars you probably remember the planet Tatooine  

fondly thanks to help from NASA’s transiting  exoplanet survey satellite NASA was able to  

find a strange exoplanet in a three star system in  our galaxy this planet has surface temperature of  

around 320 degrees Fahrenheit the exoplanet called  LTT one four four five a B is twenty two point  

five light-years from Earth and despite having  stars in triplicate appears to make an orbit  

around one of them every five days the other two  red Dorf simply loom in the exoplanet sky that’s  

why this planet has three suns in its sky if we  were ever to visit this planet taking pictures  

here would be a mind-blowing experience those  were definitely some shocking space discoveries  

to learn about what do you think about them let us  know in the comments

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