Cosmic catastrophes are closer than one can conceive, but they don’t always portend the end of the world. Take our noisy neighbor, Comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann or 29P for short, who has been remarkably lively of late out in the neighborhood of Jupiter. Astronomers Maria Womack and Kacper WierzchoÅ› confided in Robin George Andrews that they’re at a loss for this recent flurry of activity, but they have some interesting theories as to why. Elsewhere in the celestial sphere, Robert Lea wants you to know the Most Distant Cosmic Explosion Ever May Have Been Photobombing Russian Space Junk glinting with sunlight. MichaÅ‚ Jerzy MichaÅ‚owski explains their findings, and how they falsified one of the biggest discoveries from 2020. (CS)– Delivered by Feed43 serviceTHE ANOMALIST

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