Close up of the great red spot
This is one of the best explanations for Feynman’s Infinite Quantum Paths thanks to PBS Space Time
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Usually, astronomers hunt for exoplanets—planets that exist outside of our own solar system—in search of those that have the conditions to host extraterrestrial life. But sometimes, they just want to see what else is out there. That was the case when astronomers from Ohio State and Vanderbilt universities discovered the KELT-9 star system 650 light…
Fraser Cain speaks to Sarah Pearson (Space with Sarah) about dark matter and whether there could be small dark matter galaxies that we haven’t yet detected. A fascinating insight into the ongoing studies of the mysterious stuff that accounts for most of all matter in the universe.
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Ok, so please accept my apologies, this blog has turned into an essay and it has been a long time coming. I’ve wanted to write about the ideas behind the science concepts and suggestions which feature in my book Anomaly (The Soul Prophecies) now for a while, but you know, life gets in the way, […]
Since it left Earth on April 24, 1990, the Hubble telescope has delivered again and again stunning snapshots of the vast universe around us, and kept us in awe of the marvels of space. To mark the 27th anniversary of the telescope’s launch, NASA has released this epic image of two galaxies captured in one…
A post about the Event Horizon Telescope and its recent efforts to capture the first ever image of the Black Hole at the center of our galaxy.
Original article via The Independent
Large Hadron Collider finds five new subatomic particles, shedding light on what makes the universe work
The particles were ‘hiding in plain sight’, the team said
Scientists have stumbled on five new subatomic particles, helping to illuminate some of the most fundamental parts of the universe. The particles had been “hiding in plain sight”, according to one of the researchers that found them.
Researchers working on the Large Hadron Collider, Europe’s giant atom-smasher, ran into the special particles while working on the LHCb experiment, also known as “the beauty experiment”, which is exploring what happened just after the Big Bang that gave birth to the universe.