Tag: Gravitational Force

The Biggest Questions About Dark Matter

The Biggest Questions About Dark Matter

The familiar material of the universe, known as baryonic matter, is composed of protons, neutrons, and electrons. On the other hand, dark matter may be made of baryonic or non-baryonic matter. To hold the elements of the universe together, it must make up approximately 80% percent of the universe. Regular matter pulls things towards itself…

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Life Could Exist in Amazing Hypothetical Form

Life Could Exist in Amazing Hypothetical Form

Earth is the only known planet that can harbor life. Generally, it is claimed that the conditions conducive to life are found here alone. However, it is quite possible that extraterrestrial life may be alien to us in the truest sense. The life on exoplanets may have different forms, which thrives in conditions that are…

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Hubble Watches Asteroid Gault Coming Apart

Hubble Watches Asteroid Gault Coming Apart

The Hubble Space Telescope of NASA observes an asteroid, called Gault that is disintegrating rapidly by throwing off material into its surroundings. Gault is located at a distance of 344 million kilometers from the Sun and was discovered, for the first time, in 1988. Since then, several observations have been made of this asteroid but…

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Scientists Found an Ancient White Dwarf, J0207, with Multiple Dust Rings

Scientists Found an Ancient White Dwarf, J0207, with Multiple Dust Rings

The Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 project observed rings of debris and dust around an Earth-sized white dwarf star, called J0207. LSPM J0207+3331, which is usually known as the J0207, is the oldest and coldest white dwarf star known to humanity. Recently, research led by NASA showed multiple rings of dust around this white dwarf and…

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Could there be Planets made from Dark Matter?

Could there be Planets made from Dark Matter?

Is possible for planets to be created by dark matter? Everything that is visible to us lies under the category of original matter. Earth, sun, moon, stars, and galaxies all consists of that. The most surprising discovery of the 20th century, in view of many renowned scientists, was that the baryonic matter makes only 5%…

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