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Some Amazing Facts about Numbers

Some Amazing Facts about Numbers

Numbers are fascinating and help us understand our weird and wonderful world. Ironically, much of the strangeness has to do with numbers themselves. Bees are intelligent enough to differentiate between certain numbers. On the other hand, there are some people who have trouble understanding numbers greater than four. Perhaps, this is fortunate since numbers that…

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6 Space Myths that came from Movies

6 Space Myths that came from Movies

Space has been central to science fiction movies for a long, long time. A big reason for that is the deep space myths that intrigue audience. Simultaneously, modern CGI and filmmaking techniques continue to amaze us with their brilliance. Despite the success of Hollywood space movies, there’s a lot of things that the movies got…

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7 Outstanding Discoveries from the Edge of Existence

7 Outstanding Discoveries from the Edge of Existence

The evolution of science and technology has had a significant impact on the astronomical observations of humans. In the last few decades, humanity has explored a number of surprising events and places in different parts of our universe. Scientists believe that the rate of discoveries will continue to increase as more and more resources are…

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Radio Telescopes could take even Sharper Images of Black Holes

Radio Telescopes could take even Sharper Images of Black Holes

Astronomers believe that radio telescopes in space can take much better images of black holes in the future. Black holes have always attracted a lot of attention, since their discovery in 1916. Recently, astronomers have finally captured the first-ever image of a black hole to put an end to the long-lasting anticipation. The Event Horizon…

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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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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 Last Paper of Stephen Hawking is Now Online

The Last Paper of Stephen Hawking is Now Online

Black Hole Entropy and Soft Hair, the last paper of Hawking, caught a lot of attention worldwide due to its amazing theories. A world-renowned physicist, the late Stephen Hawking is not a new personality for most us. In one way or another, we have come across his incredible achievements. He was always interested in understanding…

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A Collision between Galaxies Produced a Giant Ring of Black Holes

A Collision between Galaxies Produced a Giant Ring of Black Holes

Scientists found a ring galaxy which is 300 million light-years away from Earth. The galaxies whose gravitational fields create a disturbance among each other are called Interacting or Colliding galaxies. They are quite common during galaxy evolution. Some people might confuse intergalactic collisions with the conventional meaning of collision but it happens only at the…

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Quantum Entanglement, Ancient Quasars a Lifeline?

Quantum Entanglement, Ancient Quasars a Lifeline?

A study of quasars reveal that the Quantum Entanglement is a must to explain the correlations between particles in all instances. Astronomers recognize quasars as the furthest celestial objects discovered. They emit energy in vast quantities. Some are a trillion times more luminous than the Sun. Factually, Quasars outshine stars in their galaxy, producing energy…

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What are Neutron Stars?

What are Neutron Stars?

Neutron Stars smashed into each other to produce gravitational waves. The universe around us full of amazing phenomena and the advancement in technology has revealed some of them. Concepts like dark matter, distant stars, and supernova are some of the popular space explorations. Similarly, the in-depth study of different planets of our solar system has…

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