James Webb and the Ocean Covered Planet

This illustration shows how the exoplanet K2-18b might appear based on scientific data. K2-18b, an exoplanet 8.6 times more massive than Earth, orbits the cold dwarf star K2-18 in the habitable zone and is located 120 light-years from Earth. Credit: <a href="https://www.nasa.gov/" NASA "

A research team using the James Webb Space Telescope has discovered an ocean-covered planet that could potentially host life

Detected Magnetic Field of an Ancient Galaxy

False-color representation of the galaxy ASW0009io9 as seen by ALMA. The contours represent the polarization of light coming from dust grains aligned with the galaxy's magnetic field. Credit: <a href="https://www.almaobservatory.org/en/home/" ALMA

A research team using ALMA has detected the magnetic field of the ancient galaxy ASW0009io9, which is over 11 billion years old

Bubble galaxies, fossil residue of the Big Bang

An illustration of the one-billion-light-year-wide galaxy bubble called Ho'oleilana. Next to it is the Laniakea supercluster where our Milky Way resides. Credit: Frédéric Durillon

A group of researchers has identified and three-dimensionally mapped a bubble of galaxies, Ho’oleilana, a relic of the Big Bang

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