SCIENCES

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Stellar wind machine

Wolf-Rayet star WR 124

Some stars explode in slow motion. Rare, massive Wolf-Rayet stars they are losing mass rapidly by means of a very strong stellar wind, with speeds up to 2000 km/s. They typically lose 10 solar masses a year, a billion times higher than the sun.

By |July 7, 2014|Astronomy|

Solar System’s Solid Surfaces in one map

Space Without the Space

These are  Solar system‘s solid surfaces combing them in one map, titled “Space Without the Space” made by Randall Munroe.

By |July 5, 2014|Astronomy|

Galactic fireworks

NGC 4258 known as M106

Impressive ongoing galactic fireworks, about 23 million light years away. Rather than paper, powder and fire, this galactic light show involves a giant black hole, shock waves and vast reservoirs of gas.

By |July 4, 2014|Astronomy|

New Superconductor world record

Superconductor world record

A scientists team from Cambridge breaks superconductor world record, that has stood for more than a decade.

By |July 1, 2014|Physics|

Morphable surfaces could reduce air resistance

Morphable surfaces

MIT scientists find a way using golf ball-like morphable surfaces, to reduce drag and improve efficiency of vehicles.   Image © MIT    Watch the video…

By |July 1, 2014|Physics, Vehicles|

Puffing Sun

Sun

An unusual series of impressive eruptions spotted by a suite of NASA’s sun-gazing spacecraft, in which a series of fast puffs forced the slow ejection of a massive burst of solar material from the sun’s atmosphere.    Image © Alzate/SDO

By |June 30, 2014|Astronomy|

Unidentified Mysterious X-ray signal detected

Mysterious X-ray signal

Astronomers using ESA and NASA high-energy observatories, revealed a mysterious X-ray signal in Perseus galaxy cluster. A tantalising clue that hints at an elusive ingredient of our Universe: dark matter.    Image © Chandra: NASA/CXC/SAO/E.Bulbul, et al.; XMM: ESA)

By |June 27, 2014|Astronomy|

Best Habitable exoplanet so far

Exoplanet Gliese 832 c

Astronomers report the discovery of Gliese 832 c, a new potentially habitable Super-Earth, best habitable exoplanet so far, sixteen light years away.

By |June 26, 2014|Astronomy|

Astrobiology- The Hunt for Life Beyond Earth

Hunt for Life Beyond Earth

An electronic signal travels from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California, to a robotic rover clinging to the underside of foot-thick ice on an Alaskan lake.   Image © Mark Thiessen/National Geographic

By |June 25, 2014|Astronomy|

Earth’s extraordinary Turbulent Magnetic Field

Earth's Magnetic Field

ESA’s three-satellite Swarm constellation reveals the first set of high-resolution results, from the most recent changes in the magnetic field that protects our planet.   Watch the video…

By |June 25, 2014|Astronomy|
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