Tag: National Science Foundation

Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) Identified a Thousand New Objects

Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) Identified a Thousand New Objects

ZTF, based at the Palomar Observatory, found a variety of amazing phenomena in the night sky, including 50 near-Earth asteroids and 1,100 new supernovae. Have you ever wondered about the secrets of the night sky? Do you want to know what lies in the empty space around stars? The Zwicky Transient Facility in San Diego…

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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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Einstein’s Theory of Gravity passes yet another Test

Einstein’s Theory of Gravity passes yet another Test

An international team of researchers have shown that Einstein’s insights into gravity hold true, even in extreme scenarios. Albert Einstein came up with a theory in 1905 which said that the laws of Physics are exactly the same for the observers who are either at rest or moving with uniform velocity. Similarly, the speed of…

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