NASA telescope discovers bubbles in Milky Way
NASA - the National Aeronautics and Space Administration - has announced it will hold a media teleconference next week (Tuesday, 9 November), to discuss a new discovery.
According to the US space agency NASA, the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope - a space observatory being used to perform gamma-ray astronomy observations from low Earth orbit - has discovered an enormous series of gamma ray bubbles that exist in the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy.
Gamma rays are the highest-energy form of light and the soon-to-be published findings will shed more light on their discovery.
NASA has also announced that the first humanoid robot will be sent into space.
The Robonaut 2 will be sent on a one-way trip to the International Space Station later this week onboard the last flight of space shuttle Discovery. The space agency hopes that one day, Robonaut – or R2 – will assist astronauts in orbit.
NASA recently announced that it was auctioning off five computer coding software patents and expected to fetch around €180,000.