Tag: photons

Researchers have Measured all the Starlight in the Observable Universe

Researchers have Measured all the Starlight in the Observable Universe

4×1084 photons of light have been emitted by stars into space since the Big Bang. Our universe has been creating stars for billions of years. According to an estimate, there are around trillion-trillion stars in 2 trillion galaxies of our universe. Despite all the technological advancement, astrophysicists haven’t been able to trace much about star…

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Quantum Jumps can now be measured

Quantum Jumps can now be measured

The duration of photoemission can be measured precisely following a series of new experiments at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics. The term ‘Quantum Jump’ refers to a concept when quantum particles jump from one energy level to another. These jumps are tiny, indivisible, and instantaneous. Despite the fact that scientists watch them appear…

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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 is Solar Cell Technology and why it has a Bright Future?

What is Solar Cell Technology and why it has a Bright Future?

Solar Energy has a bright future following the discovery of Perovskite-made cells. The world is trying to shift to renewable forms of energy following the pollution caused by the combustion of fossil fuels. Solar energy is probably the most feasible solution for the ever-increasing energy requirements of the world. The solar cell is an electrical…

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