For the first time, NASA Astronomers detect X-rays emitting from Uranus

For the first time, NASA Astronomers detects X-rays emitting from Uranus

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronomers have discovered X-rays emitted from Uranus for the first time. The X-rays were detected with help of NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.

The vibrant flares of X-rays were mysteriously radiated by the giant ice planet. Uranus is approximately four times bigger than the Earth and has revealed unforeseen details. These details may help astronomers to discover more answers about the planet.

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“Astronomers have detected X-rays coming from Uranus for the very first time with help from our NASA Chandra X-ray,” NASA said, sharing the awe-inspiring image of Uranus.

“The 7th planet from the Sun and its rings appear to scatter the sun’s X-rays to produce these X-rays,” It added.

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