Physics

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How James Webb Telescope Will Play a Pivoting Role in Understanding The Deeper Mysteries of The Universe

Home What is cosmic dust? In simple words, cosmic dust is a collection of extremely tiny solid matter particles which drifts around in space, like a few molecules across. On average, around 4,700 metric tons of dust falls onto the Earth every year from the universe. When Sun-like stars collapse and explode as a supernova, the combined garble of elements(like helium, carbon, oxygen, iron and many more) contained within their dense cores are expelled into …

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Study of Jupiter’s Polar Winds or “Jets”

Home Scientists were able to measure winds in Jupiter’s stratosphere directly for the first time in history unveiling astonishing results. Each planet has it’s own unique conditions. Likewise, Jupiter is known to be the home to some of the stormiest systems. Jupiter’s winds in the lower atmosphere has been tracked using red and white clouds of gas. Strong winds create vibrant auroras at it’s poles higher up in the planet’s upper atmosphere. Stratosphere lies within …

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How Black Holes And Gravitational Waves Might Help Us Find Dark Matter

Since 2000, scientists used satellites to map the Earth’s gravitational field. Recently, they have developed a new instrument which uses quantum phenomena for more accurate measurements. Altogether the mass of water is larger than any other component of the Earth. Therefore, the shifting mass of water is the biggest factor which contributes to a change in Earth’s gravity. Mass of a glacier or water trapped underground will be redistributed.

Japan’s Next Neutrino Hunter-

We all are familiar with 3D printing. But what if we tell you that a satellite can do a similar thing in space? How supercool would be that! To solve this mystery, a company named Made In Space is building a highly advanced project, Archinaut 1, a satellite that can 3D print itself in space.