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VIRGO --- 18:17:15 30.5.2014
100 Million Planets in our Galaxy May Harbor Complex Life
One Percent of All Exoplanets May Be Suitable for Complex Organisms
The number of planets on which complex life could exist in the Milky Way may be as high as 100 million, according to a study published
this week by two former University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) professors and their colleagues in the on-line journal, Challenges.
“This constitutes the first quantitative estimate of the number of worlds in our galaxy that could harbor life above the microbial level,
based on objective data,” according to the lead author of the peer-reviewed study, Dr. Louis Irwin, Professor Emeritus and former Chair
of Biological Sciences at UTEP. http://phl.upr.edu/press-releases/100millionplanetsinourgalaxymayharborcomplexlife

VIRGO --- 18:14:20 30.5.2014
The 'Serpent' Star-forming Cloud Hatches New Stars - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Stars that are just beginning to coalesce out of cool swaths of dust and gas are showcased in this image from NASA's
Spitzer Space Telescope and the Two Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS). Infrared light has been assigned colors we see with
our eyes, revealing young stars in orange and yellow, and a central parcel of gas in blue. This area is hidden in
visible-light views, but infrared light can travel through the dust, offering a peek inside the stellar hatchery.

VIRGO --- 17:44:18 30.5.2014
Chandra :: Photo Album :: Elliptical Galaxies :: May 30, 2014
A new study looks at why some giant elliptical galaxies have such low levels of star formation despite reservoirs of fuel to make them.

VIRGO --- 17:40:11 30.5.2014
Pair of researchers suggest black holes at center of galaxies might instead be wormholes
Zilong Li and Cosimo Bambi with Fudan University in Shanghai have come up with a very novel idea—those black holes
that are believed to exist at the center of a lot of galaxies, may instead by wormholes. They've written a paper,
uploaded to the preprint server arXiv, describing their idea and how what they've imagined could be proved right
(or wrong) by a new instrument soon to be added to an observatory in Chile.