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Scientists make an invisibility cloak

invisibility cloak

Researchers at the University of Rochester inspired perhaps by Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak, developed several ways—some simple and some involving new technologies—to hide objects from view.   Watch the video…

By |September 30, 2014|Categories: Physics

Two Black Holes Dancing

Two Supermassive black holes

The two bright sources at this composite x-ray (blue)/ radio (pink) image are co-orbiting supermassive black holes at the center of active galaxy 3C 75.

By |September 29, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

How will you Die?

How will you Die

How will you die? Find out on what is depending and what are the riskiest things you can do.   Watch the video…

By |September 26, 2014|Categories: Physics

Curiosity spotted a mysterious ‘ball’ on Mars

ball on Mars

Curiosity spotted a mysterious ‘ball‘ on Mars. It looks like a pretty perfect sphere.   Image © NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

By |September 26, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

Scientists create shape-shifting liquid metal

liquid metal

Scientists have found a way to change the shape of liquid metals, offering opportunities in a new field of morphing electronic circuits.   Watch the video…

By |September 24, 2014|Categories: Physics

Earth lit during the equinox

equinox

The entire disk of the Earth lit during the equinox on September 22, 2013.   Take a look at the video…

By |September 23, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

The winners of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014

Aurora over a Glacier Lagoon by James Woodend

This year the Royal Observatory’s annual Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 competition received a record 1700 entries.

By |September 23, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

This is a detailed catalogue of the visible Milky Way

detailed catalogue of the visible Milky Way

A new catalogue of the visible part of the northern part of our home Galaxy, the Milky Way, includes no fewer than 219 million stars.

By |September 21, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

Potentially Habitable Moons

Europa, Ganymede, Titan and Enceladus

According to astrobiologists, these may be the four most tantalizing potentially habitable moons in our Solar System. Europa, Ganymede, Titan and Enceladus shown at the same scale.

By |September 19, 2014|Categories: Astronomy

Comparison of optical Telescope primary mirrors- infographic

Comparison of optical Telescopes

An impressive infographic comparison of optical telescope primary mirrors since 1893, to the European Extremely Large 39 meter Telescope at Cerro Armazones, in Chile, planned for 2022.

By |September 16, 2014|Categories: Astronomy, Technology news
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