How would you measure the masses of objects as big as stars, galaxies and black holes? With solar mass. And you can thank Sir Isaac Newton for that. (Space.com) More
BBOXX Rwanda last week unveiled a new initiative that will tackle the issue of air pollution and environmental degradation, and at the same time, cut the time ...
Posted on 23 July 2019 | 5:18 pm | Google News
Space weather threatens high-tech life Times Union
(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Roger Dube, Rochester Institute of ...
Posted on 23 July 2019 | 4:04 pm | Google News
ASU researcher makes light work of quantum computing Arizona State University
Yuji Zhao has made a career out of making electronics more efficient using light-based technology. This work and his exploration into the quantum photonics ...
Posted on 23 July 2019 | 2:14 pm | Google News
Extremely bright objects that first appeared close to the Big Bang — theoretical objects called "dark stars" — could have seeded supermassive black holes.
Posted on 23 July 2019 | 1:49 pm | Google News
July 23rd, 2019 by Jennifer Sensiba. After my recent article about solar electric vehicles (EVs), I came across something I didn't expect to see so fast. Since the ...
Posted on 23 July 2019 | 12:35 pm | Google News
Humans first walked on the moon 50 years ago, yet there are some people who don't think it happened. This story is not about them. It turns out there was ...
Posted on 23 July 2019 | 12:01 pm | Google News
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