Georgina Torbet, Digital Trends

Georgina Torbet

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Past articles by Georgina:

Researchers want to use gravitational waves to learn about dark matter

A team of astronomers has come up with a method for using gravitational waves to study the mysterious phenomenon of dark matter. → Read More

Astronomers spot an exoplanet creating spiral arms around its star

Astronomers investigated a giant exoplanet named MWC 758c which seems to be forming the spiral arms around its host star. → Read More

How engineers on the ground fixed Juice's stuck antenna

In April the Juice spacecraft launched to investigate the icy moons of Jupiter, but there was a problem: an antenna was stuck and wasn't deploying. → Read More

One galaxy, two views: see a comparison of images from Hubble and Webb

Hubble and the James Webb Space Telescope operate in different wavelengths. That means that they can see different aspects of the same objects. → Read More

James Webb spots the most distant active supermassive black hole ever discovered

A very early example of a supermassive black holes was recently discovered, dating back to just 570 million years after the big bang. → Read More

Euclid mission launches to probe the mysteries of dark matter

The European Space Agency has successfully launch its Euclid space telescope to study the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. → Read More

The universe has a cosmic hum caused by merging black holes

A 15-year study has provided more evidence of gravitational waves, including those at very low frequencies. → Read More

James Webb spots clues to the large-scale structure of the universe

If you look at the universe on a big enough scale, galaxies aren't randomly scattered. Instead, they form a structure known as the cosmic web. → Read More

Stunning nebula 15,000 light-years away imaged by VLT Survey Telescope

A gorgeous new image of a distant nebula has been captured by the European Southern Observatory (ESO)'s VLT Survey Telescope. → Read More

How to watch Euclid dark matter telescope launch on Saturday

Astronomers are getting a new instrument to probe the mysteries of dark matter with the launch of the Euclid telescope this Saturday. Here's how to watch. → Read More

James Webb detects important molecule in the stunning Orion nebula

The molecule, called methyl cation, is important for the development of the complex carbon-based molecules on which life depends. → Read More

Gorgeous images of Jupiter's cloud tops snapped by Juno

The Juno spacecraft made its 49th close flyby of Jupiter earlier this year, and NASA has shared stunning images taken as it whizzed by the planet's cloud tops. → Read More

The art and science of aerobraking: The key to exploring Venus

Slowing a spacecraft down takes tons of fuel, so scientists are eager to try something different on Venus: slowing down with the help of the planet's atmosphere → Read More

See and hear Stephan's Quintet in a whole new way

Data from the James Webb Space Telescope has been combined with data from other telescopes to create a new way to see and hear a famous galaxy group. → Read More

See seasonal changes on Mars in two stunning images from MAVEN

Two images from the MAVEN spacecraft, taken six months apart, show how the environment of Mars changes with both season and the planet's orbit. → Read More

See seasonal changes on Mars in two stunning images from MAVEN

Two images from the MAVEN spacecraft, taken six months apart, show how the environment of Mars changes with both season and the planet's orbit. → Read More

European BepiColombo spacecraft makes its third Mercury flyby today

BepiColombo is set to enter the orbit of Mercury in 2025, but in the meantime, it will be making several flybys of the planet, including a close approach today. → Read More

James Webb telescope searches for habitability in the famous TRAPPIST-1 system

James Webb peered into the atmosphere of what was thought to be a Venus-like planet, and saw something unexpected. → Read More

DESI surveyed 2 million objects to understand dark energy

An early release of data from the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument contains nearly 2 million astronomical objects. → Read More

This exoplanet is over 2,000-degrees Celsiu, has vaporized metal in its atmosphere

The puffy, scorching-hot planet has elements in its atmosphere that would normally form rocks, but are so hot that they have vaporized. → Read More