From his basement lab in Boulder, Colorado, physicist Jun Ye and his team have built the world’s most precise atomic clock.
A newly proposed clock that uses the orbit of a neutron around an atomic nucleus to keep time would be so accurate that it would
Doomsday Clock, a symbolic countdown to possible global catastrophe, is set at two minutes to midnight.
This new atomic clock can keep perfect time for 5 billion years. It’s world most precise clock.
World’s most precise clock is 100 times more precise than Cesium atomic clock and about 10 billion times more precise than the personal quartz wristwatch! NIST
A Nobel Prize winner and other scientists will conduct experiments, using new technology, to create the coolest spot in the Universe.
The space-Inspired Seiko Astron Stratosphere watch, automatically adjusts the time to your current location, using GPS triangulation.
By linking three radio telescopes, Astronomers make the sharpest-ever observation of a distant quasar. The observation, two million times finer than human vision, via a “telescopic
In the video you can see where asteroids have hit Earth since 2001 and you would be surprised of the frequency at which our planet