In April 2019, gravitational waves were observed indicating that two black holes with significantly different masses had merged. The team led by Polish researchers explain how such different objects could be neighbours and how their cosmic encounter happened.
In an interview with PAP, astrobiologist Dr. Janusz Pętkowski from MIT who is one of the scientists to discover phosphine in Venus's clouds, says: “Either we do not understand the chemistry of rocky planets, or we have the first potential suggestion that there is life in the clouds of Venus.”
In orbit, in microgravity, it is possible to conduct research that cannot be done on Earth, for example, print 3D structures from living cells. Will drugs or replacement organs be manufactured in space? Dr. Piotr Kaczmarek-Kurczak from the Kozminski University talks about the possibilities.