Georgina Torbet, Digital Trends

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Recent articles by Georgina:

This unique supernova could change the way we study dark energy

A recent study discovered a one-of-a-kind supernova that could have a profound impact on other fields like the search for dark energy. → Read More

Facebook says it has helped 2.5 million people register to vote

Ahead of National Voter Registration Day tomorrow, Facebook says it is playing its part in getting people registered to vote in the 2020 presidential election. → Read More

Hubble Captures a Galaxy That's Chock Full of Dark Matter

The newest image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows a galaxy that's more than it appears: NGC 5585 is thought to be chock full of dark matter. → Read More

WandaVision Trailer Takes the Form of a Quirky '50s Sitcom

There's a new trailer for the upcoming Disney+ Marvel series WandaVision, showing a quirky 1950s-style comedy going strangely awry. → Read More

Judge Rules Government Can't Force WeChat off App Stores

TikTok is not the only Chinese app to have been saved from a ban at the last minute this weekend: WeChat won't be banned from app stores tomorrow either. → Read More

How big data forced the hunt for extraterrestrial intelligence to evolve

How the age of big data is changing the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. → Read More

Infrared Imaging Reveals Fresh Ice on Saturn Moon Enceladus

A new map of Enceladus using both visible light and infrared shows regions of geological activity which have deposited fresh ice onto the moon's surface. → Read More

How the James Webb Space Telescope will look for life around dead stars

When the James Webb telescope launches, it may be able to find indications of life beyond our planet -- even on planets orbiting dead stars called white dwarfs. → Read More

Everything you need to know about the TikTok ban

Here's everything you need to know about the ongoing feud between the Trump White House and TikTok. → Read More

Planet Survived the Death of Its Star And We Don't Know How

This week, researchers have uncovered a new astronomical oddity: A planet several times the size of the dead star it orbits. → Read More

TikTok and WeChat to be banned from U.S. app stores on Sunday

The popular apps TikTok and WeChat will be banned from app stores in the U.S. from Sunday, September 20, due to President Trump's Executive Order. → Read More

Crispy image of Jupiter shows its epic storms and icy moon Europa

A new image from the Hubble Space Telescope captures both the epic storms raging on Jupiter and its icy moon Europa, which could potentially host life. → Read More

There could be life on Venus, groundbreaking study finds

A new study by an international group of astronomers suggests that there could be potential indicators for like in the atmosphere of Venus. → Read More

Hubble investigates where stars are born in this beautiful spiral galaxy

A new image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope shows the spiral galaxy NGC 2835, filled with regions of cold gas where new stars are being born. → Read More

Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset Details Have Leaked

Details about Facebook's upcoming Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset have leaked, including details of headset features and accessories. → Read More

Largest-ever digital photographs taken by Vera Rubin Observatory camera

The largest digital photographs ever taken in a single shot have been captured using the imaging sensors which will be used in the Vera Rubin Observatory. → Read More

Exoplanets could be made of diamonds, unlike anything in our solar system

In a concept straight out of a dream, new research shows that our universe could host carbon-rich planets made of diamonds. → Read More

New SpaceX Starship prototype will fly to a height of 60,000 feet

Elon Musk has announced plans for the next phase of testing of the SpaceX Starship, which may be ready in as little as a week. → Read More

Rocket startup Astra makes its first launch but fails to reach orbit

The Astra rocket, code named Rocket 3.1, launched successfully but failed to reach orbit due to a problem during the first stage burn. → Read More

Amateur Astronomer Discovers Large Near-Earth Asteroid

An amateur astronomer has discovered a huge asteroid headed toward Earth. But there's no need to panic, as it will miss our planet by 25 million miles. → Read More