Jupiter is not only the largest planet in our solar system, but it’s also the oldest, according to new research from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. (Image: NASA)

Jupiter Is The Oldest Planet In Our Solar System, Study Confirms

Study confirms Jupiter as the oldest planet in our Solar System. Looking at tungsten and molybdenum isotopes on iron meteorites, researchers found that meteorites are made up from two genetically distinct nebular reservoirs that coexisted but remained separated between 1 million and 3-4 million years after the explosion of a nearby star called a supernova 4600 million years ago that led to the formation of Solar System.

Aliens Haven’t Contacted Us Yet Because They’re Hibernating

Aliens Haven’t Contacted Us Yet Because They’re Hibernating, New Study Suggests

New study suggests advanced aliens do exist, but they haven't yet made contact because they are in a self-imposed state of hibernation, waiting for our Universe to become more habitable. According to paper published in the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, alien lifeforms are most likely to have transitioned into a digital mode of existence.

Unusual high-speed electrons spotted outside Earth's magnetic field

Mysterious High-Speed Electrons Have Been Spotted Outside Earth’s Magnetic Field, And NASA Says It Could Change Particle Physics Forever

Astronomers at NASA have discovered electrons that reside outside the Earth's magnetic field which somehow get super-accelerated once they fall into a turbulent region called the foreshock. High above the surface, Earth’s magnetic field constantly deflects incoming supersonic particles from the sun, but these particles are disturbed in regions just outside the magnetic field and some that get reflected into the foreshock region accelerate almost at the speed of light. And observation from from NASA’s THEMIS (Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms) mission revealed that this turbulent region is responsible for the creation of high-speed electrons.