Astronomers spot signs of supermassive part mergers

Posted on October 24, 2018October 24, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on Astronomers spot signs of supermassive part mergers

New analysis, revealed nowadays within the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, has found proof for an oversized variety of double supermassive black holes, doubtless precursors of mammoth part merging events. This confirms this understanding of cosmological evolution—that galaxies and their associated black holes merge over time, forming larger and greater galaxies and black holes. Astronomers from the University of county, along with a global team of scientists, have checked out radio maps of powerful jet sources and … Continue reading “Astronomers spot signs of supermassive part mergers”

Predicting however magnetism waves act with materials at the littlest scales

Posted on September 10, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on Predicting however magnetism waves act with materials at the littlest scales

UCLA Samueli engineers have developed a brand new tool to model however magnetic materials, that ar utilized in smartphones and different communications devices, act with incoming radio signals that carry information. It accurately predicts these interactions all the way down to the nm scales needed to make progressive communications technologies. The tool permits engineers to style new categories of radio frequency-based parts that ar ready to transport giant amounts of information earlier, and with less noise interference. Future use cases … Continue reading “Predicting however magnetism waves act with materials at the littlest scales”

The swing doctors: scientist cracks code on material that works as each conductor, insulator

Posted on September 4, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on The swing doctors: scientist cracks code on material that works as each conductor, insulator

Quantum materials area unit a sort of weird substance that would be persistently additional economical at conducting electricity through our iPhones than the normally used conductor silicon—if solely physicists will crack however the things works. A University of Michigan scientist has gotten one step nearer with particularization a unique quantum material, metal dodecaboride, or YbB12, and imaging however with efficiency electricity is conducted through this material. The demonstration of this material’s physical phenomenon can facilitate contribute to scientists’ understanding of … Continue reading “The swing doctors: scientist cracks code on material that works as each conductor, insulator”

Press Release on Solar Wind Research: September-2018

Posted on September 1, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on Press Release on Solar Wind Research: September-2018

Solar Wind Is Blasting Earth’s Oxygen Onto The Surface of The Moon We all apprehend that there is no air to breathe on the Moon, however new proof suggests that the satellite surface is frequently being showered by gas escaping Earth – and should are for billions of years, since Earth’s atmosphere developed. Scientists have discovered that gas ions from Earth’s atmosphere area unit transported to the Moon once a month, throughout a five-day window once the satellite satellite passes … Continue reading “Press Release on Solar Wind Research: September-2018”

NASA, ULA Launch Parker Solar Probe On Historic Journey To Touch Sun

Posted on August 14, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on NASA, ULA Launch Parker Solar Probe On Historic Journey To Touch Sun

Hours before the rise of the very star it will study, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe launched from Florida Sunday to begin its journey to the Sun, where it will undertake a landmark mission. The spacecraft will transmit its first science observations in December, beginning a revolution in our understanding of the star that makes life on Earth possible. Roughly the size of a small car, the spacecraft lifted off at 3:31 a.m. EDT on a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket … Continue reading “NASA, ULA Launch Parker Solar Probe On Historic Journey To Touch Sun”

Research provides new clues to origins of mysterious atmospheric waves in Antarctica

Posted on July 26, 2018July 26, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on Research provides new clues to origins of mysterious atmospheric waves in Antarctica

Research team finds link between gravity waves in the upper and lower Antarctic atmosphere, helping create a clearer picture of global air circulation By Katie Weeman Two years after a research team discovered a previously unknown class of waves rippling continuously through the upper Antarctic atmosphere, they’ve uncovered tantalizing clues to the waves’ origins. The interdisciplinary science team’s work to understand the formation of “persistent gravity waves” promises to help researchers better understand connections between the layers of Earth’s atmosphere—helping … Continue reading “Research provides new clues to origins of mysterious atmospheric waves in Antarctica”

A mathematical view on cell packing

Posted on July 26, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on A mathematical view on cell packing

A key challenge in the embryonic development of complex life forms is the correct specification of cell positions so that organs and limbs grow in the right places. To understand how cells arrange themselves at the earliest stages of development, an interdisciplinary team of applied mathematicians at MIT and experimentalists at Princeton University identified mathematical principles governing the packings of interconnected cell assemblies. In a paper titled “Entropic effects in cell lineage tree packings,” published this month in Nature Physics, the … Continue reading “A mathematical view on cell packing”

ASTRONOMY TESTS QHYCCD’S NEW ASTROCAMERA

Posted on July 21, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on ASTRONOMY TESTS QHYCCD’S NEW ASTROCAMERA

The 128C offers full-color imaging, low noise, and ease of use. There’s a new kid in town, and his name is COLDMOS. At the 2017 Advanced Imaging Conference in San Jose, California, I couldn’t help noticing some shiny new cameras without filter wheels. I went in for a closer look.The cameras had various CMOS color chips in them just like many DSLR cameras, but they were cooled like the chip in a CCD camera. They also allowed you to download … Continue reading “ASTRONOMY TESTS QHYCCD’S NEW ASTROCAMERA”

Antimatter plasma reveals secrets of deep space signals

Posted on July 19, 2018Categories SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on Antimatter plasma reveals secrets of deep space signals

Mysterious radiation emitted from distant corners of the galaxy could finally be explained with efforts to recreate a unique state of matter that blinked into existence in the first moments after the Big Bang. For 50 years, astronomers have puzzled over strange radio waves and gamma rays thrown out from the spinning remnants of dead stars called pulsars. Researchers believe that these enigmatic, highly-energetic pulses of radiation are produced by bursts of electrons and their antimatter twins, positrons. The universe … Continue reading “Antimatter plasma reveals secrets of deep space signals”

Ten New Moons Discovered Around Jupiter

Posted on July 18, 2018Categories NEWS, SPACE & PHYSICS   Leave a comment on Ten New Moons Discovered Around Jupiter

The newly plotted moons of Jupiter include one “oddball” that orbits in the wrong direction and may be the remnant of a head-on collision. Jupiter’s tally of moons just got a little bit larger. A team of astronomers announced today the discovery of 10 additional moons orbiting the largest planet in our solar system, raising Jupiter’s moon total to 79. The same survey that discovered these 10 also resurveyed two other moons previously discovered by the researchers, who verified the moons’ orbital paths. Of the 12 … Continue reading “Ten New Moons Discovered Around Jupiter”