Astronomy, Cosmology, Dark Energy, Dark Matter, galaxies, News, Physics
16 Nov , 2016 by Bob King
Dark matter? Who needs it?! Gravity may be something else altogether.
Astronomy, Cosmology, Physics
12 Nov , 2016 by Matt Williams
Researchers at the Super-Kamiokande Observatory hope to be able to learn more about the elusive neutrino particle, thanks to a new computer system that can monitor detections in real-time.
Guide to Space, Physics
22 Oct , 2016 by Matt Williams
Magnetic fields are fascinating things. They are intrinsic to Iron magnets, but can also be generated by electrical circuits and even planets!
17 Oct , 2016 by Matt Williams
When it comes to everything from stellar objects to atoms and chemical compounds, binding energy is the measure of what holds it together – and what would be needed to split it apart.
Astronomy, Guide to Space, Physics
1 Sep , 2016 by Matt Williams
Since the late 17th century, scientists have been attempting to measure the speed of light, with increasingly accurate results
Gravitational Waves, Physics
15 Jun , 2016 by Nancy Atkinson
With the announcement of the second detection of elusive gravitational waves, scientists hope this is just the beginning of a new era of understanding our Universe.
19 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
Since ancient times, scientists have debated the true nature of light. Despite the progress we’ve made, there are still mysteries left to be resolved
Aeronautics, Guide to Space, Physics
17 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
Simply put, air resistance (aka. drag) describes the forces that act opposite to an object’s velocity as it travels through an atmosphere
Astronomy, Black Holes, News, Physics
29 Apr , 2016 by Evan Gough
The Fermi Space Telescope has found the source of ‘Big Bird’, one of the most energetic neutrinos ever detected.
News, Physics, Science, Stars
15 Apr , 2016 by Evan Gough
Researchers have discovered the first Hyper-Velocity binary star, and its location, and possible relationship with Dark Matter, is a puzzle.
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