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New Hubble photos shows Green Streak of clouds


Green streaks of clouds of gas tens of thousands of light-years extensive burn in a series of stunning new images which are captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. So, eight eerie objects betray the past presence of quasars, the most luminous objects in the universe, whose powerful beams of radiation lend …

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NASA Cassini Spacecraft captures Saturn moon Rhea


NASA Space Agency and its new technological innovations this time has helped us have a better look at the little known and explored Rhea. The photos captured shall be used to learn about the interplanetary system. The Cassini spacecraft of NASA has just snapped high-definition pictures of Rhea, and sent it …

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Astronomers finds clues of ancient galaxy formations


European space agency in lieu of finding ancient history landed up finding how these ancient galaxies were formed. They used Planck telescope for searching the radiations caused due to collision. Because we are looking so far back in time, and because the universe is assumed to be homogenous in all directions, we …

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CERN restart to Resume Post Easter


Engineers at CERN has upgraded and remodeled the particles in LHC. The delay occurred due to the short circuit, but now it seems things shall restart after the Easter holidays. starting of the (LHC) Large Hadron Collider, the huge particle accelerator from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in …

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STEM to design girls clothes after bringing boys clothing


Washington – STEM is science themed clothing for 18 months to 8 year old girls which has been co-founded by moms Jennifer Muhm and Malorie Catchpole. Here STEM means science, technology, engineering and Math. Womens from Shoreline city, Jennifer Muhm and Malorie Catchpole are the co-founders of buddingSTEM, A science-themed clothing …

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Quantum enlargement: 3000 Atoms forms the perfect clock


People using Wall clocks or iPhone might not be aware of quantum enlargement. however physicists have been consistently working on methods to give people precise status of time during any part of the day. This research was done at MIT, and Vladan Vuletic, the Lester Wolfe Professor at the University, pointed …

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