NASA is Working on Ultrafast Laser Machining for Multiple Spaceflight Applications

NASA is Working on Ultrafast Laser Machining for Multiple Spaceflight Applications

Scientists might be able to join dissimilar materials without epoxies following the latest development at the Goddard Space Flight Center of NASA. The anagram ‘LASER’ stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The combined study of light and optics enabled man to artificially create lasers. Unlike natural light or conventional bulbs that emit multiple wavelengths of light, lasers…

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Scientists Discover New Insights about the Effects of Sun on Comet Tails

Scientists Discover New Insights about the Effects of Sun on Comet Tails

The current sheet causes all the disruptions in the dust tail following the changes in the magnetic field. In January 2007, the twin STEREO satellites captured the first ever satellite images of Comet McNaught. STEREO-B was the first to begin its operation. First few minutes of its observation did cause some panic among the mission’s…

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ClaRAN, an AI Program that can Identify Galaxies in Deep Space

ClaRAN, an AI Program that can Identify Galaxies in Deep Space

Scientists might have discovered a new way of setting up huge neural networks in an attempt to discover far-off galaxies. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is simulated intelligence demonstrated by machines in contrast to the natural thinking done by humans. These machines (agents) are made to mimic the way we think through computer programming. The ability of…

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Chinese Researchers Reveal that Poor Air Quality is Linked to Autism Spectrum Disorder

Chinese Researchers Reveal that Poor Air Quality is Linked to Autism Spectrum Disorder

Pollutants in the air can hamper the neurological development of kids during their early years. Air pollution is one of the most massive issues in the modern world. It refers to a state where excessive quantities of harmful substances including gases, biological molecules, and particulates are added to the Earth’s atmosphere. A pollutant can come…

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The Increase in the Number of Ocean Storms may Change the Biodiversity of Kelp Forests

The Increase in the Number of Ocean Storms may Change the Biodiversity of Kelp Forests

Kelp Forests might lose a lot of creatures due to the excessive ocean storms. An extensive scaled, long-haul research on Kelp Forests of Southern California conveys new understanding to how the biodiversity of waterfront biological systems could be affected after some time as changing atmosphere possibly builds the recurrence of sea storms. Scientists at the…

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Bitcoin is a Massive Contributor to Global Warming

Bitcoin is a Massive Contributor to Global Warming

According to a recent study, Bitcoins are doing some serious damage to the environment. There is no doubt that the Bitcoin has the potential to revolutionize the process making transactions. Having said that, it also poses a serious threat to the environment. In a recent report, researchers indicated the fundamental flaw in its design which…

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The Journey of Kepler Space Telescope Comes to an End

The Journey of Kepler Space Telescope Comes to an End

The exoplanet-hunter of NASA has retired. NASA made an announcement about the retirement of the Kepler Space Telescope on 30th October. The fact that the spacecraft has run out of fuel was the reason which prompted this disappointing decision. This extraordinary mission explored deep space for about 9 years and discovered more than 2,600 exoplanets…

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Scientists Discover an Eerie Nebula in the Constellation of Cassiopeia

Scientists Discover an Eerie Nebula in the Constellation of Cassiopeia

Gamma Cassiopeiae is slowly eroding away the ghostly cloud of gas and dust in the W-shaped constellation. The constellation of Cassiopeia is named after the vain queen of Greek mythology and can be observed in the northern sky. The characteristic ‘W’ shape (caused by five bright stars) of the constellation makes it even more visible…

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It’s not just the places you see, but the people you meet

It’s not just the places you see, but the people you meet

We are happy to announce that our project for another kind of video is ready! In collaboration with “The Guy” from YouTube, we came up with an idea, by showing the beauty that’s inside the people. Through my journey, I have given the camera to a various number of people to film themselves while different activities.…

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A New Composite Material can Regulate its Temperature

A New Composite Material can Regulate its Temperature

The bio-inspired engineering approach could lead to the most advanced materials, ever. The name itself suggests that a ‘Composite Material’ is made from two or more constituent materials, which have significantly different physical or chemical properties. Despite the fact that the individual components remain distinct in the final entity, the properties of the resulting composite…

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5 Key Points about the Landing of the InSight Mission to Mars

5 Key Points about the Landing of the InSight Mission to Mars

InSight will be handy in determining the habitable exoplanets. Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy, and Heat Transport (InSight) is a robotic lander developed by the Lockheed Martin Space Systems with the intentions of examining the interior of Mars. Originally, the launch of the InSight Mission was scheduled for 2016 but it was postponed due…

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New Telescope? Make these 10 Astronomical Sightings Your First Targets

New Telescope? Make these 10 Astronomical Sightings Your First Targets

New Telescope? Make these 10 Astronomical Sightings Your First Targets If you had just recently acquired a new telescope and wished to test it out, you would find assurance in the fact that there are countless of objects in the sky that you can use as a target for viewing. Stargazing may sound simple enough…

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Why Galaxies Stop Forming Stars?

Why Galaxies Stop Forming Stars?

The Quenching process of galaxies may vary from one to another. A Galaxy Cluster, or cluster of galaxies, is a structure that consists of anywhere from hundreds to thousands of galaxies that are bound together by gravity with typical masses ranging from 1014 to 1015 solar masses. Keeping the definition in mind, Galaxy clusters are…

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Astronomers Added Some Serious Value to a Future Pluto Orbiter Mission

Astronomers Added Some Serious Value to a Future Pluto Orbiter Mission

Researchers at the Southwest Research Institute have pointed towards a lot of secrets that the future missions to Pluto would like to unveil. The first up-close look at Pluto laid the groundwork for plans of future Pluto orbiter mission due to the intriguing and impelling discoveries made from it. The images and data collected from…

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The Blue Space Rock is much Weirder than Previously Thought

The Blue Space Rock is much Weirder than Previously Thought

Whether 3200 Phaethon an asteroid or a comet? Blue Space Rock is a strange rock which was discovered in 1983 by John K. Davies and Simon F. Green. They used data from the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) for locating this celestial object, which made 1983 TB (commonly known as 3200 Phaethon) the first asteroid to…

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European Space Agency is Ready to Launch a Mission to Mercury

European Space Agency is Ready to Launch a Mission to Mercury

A collaboration between ESA and JAXA might reveal some amazing facts about Mercury. Mercury is the innermost planet of our solar system and has an orbital period of just 87.97 days around the Sun. Quite understandingly, the smallest planet has also the smallest orbital period among all its companions. Similarly, the axis of Mercury exhibits…

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School Students Identified Sounds from a Solar Storm in the Earth’s Magnetic Shield

School Students Identified Sounds from a Solar Storm in the Earth’s Magnetic Shield

A researcher of the Queen Mary University of London made some dramatic increments to the speed of the playback of the ultra-low frequencies to make them audible. Earth is under continuous bombardment from charged particles, who travel all the way from the Sun to the atmosphere of our planet. Most of the light seen at…

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Researchers Found a World Class Geological Wonder in China

Researchers Found a World Class Geological Wonder in China

The enormity of a sinkhole in China is the thing what makes it a world-class site for all the geologists of the world. Earth offers an amazing display of nature’s beauty with all the magnificent landscapes around the globe. From snow-capped peaks to crystal clear streams and from lush green mountains to deep blue oceans,…

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Gravitational Waves could help us to Understand Dark Matter

Gravitational Waves could help us to Understand Dark Matter

A recent research suggests that we might get a mathematical relationship between black holes and dark matter pretty soon. Albert Einstein was the first man to predict the existence of gravitational waves in 1916. He suggested about these ripples in the fabric of space-time in his General Theory of Relativity. Some of the most energetic…

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The Story of Us

The Story of Us

A new video by Absolute Knowledge is now on! It’s been a long journey until here. Mankind is the result of 13.8 billion years of evolution. This video shows the process of creating, from the big bang, to the future. When we think of 13.8 billion years it may seem an eternity, but in the…

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The Story Behind the Oldest Stars and Galaxies is now Revealed

The Story Behind the Oldest Stars and Galaxies is now Revealed

Scientists discover the secrets of Cosmic Reionization through simulations. It is a part of human nature to question how everything around us came into being. That’s the reason why scientists have always been pretty keen to discover the events related to the birth of our universe. The theory of Big Bang is the most popular…

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Higgs Boson Might Have Saved Our Universe from a Cosmic Collapse

Higgs Boson Might Have Saved Our Universe from a Cosmic Collapse

Dark energy is much more complex than you think. Scientists have always been uncertain about the expansion of the universe. One of the theories suggests that it will continue to expand forever. On the other hand, some scientists believe that a time will come when it will collapse into a tiny speck. Timm Wrase, a…

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