In the Dark and Empty region , Voyager 1 Detects ‘Hum’ of Plasma Waves

Voyager 1 spacecraft in interstellar space. The vast, dark region, where no object from the world had ever entered before, was touched for the very first time by Voyager 1 in August 2012. The NASA spacecraft has been zooming faraway from our planet since its launch in September 1977, and even after four decades since its launch, it continues to form remarkable discoveries and send data back home from billions of kilometers away!Throughout…

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Scientists may detect extraterrestrial life in coming 5-10 year

James Webb Space Telescope can feasibly detect ammonia around six gas dwarf planets after just a couple of orbits he James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), to be launched this October, could feasibly detect ammonia around six gas dwarf planets after just a couple of orbits, thus detecting a possible signature of life on other planets in as little as 60 hours.Gas dwarf planets have the potential…

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A billion years from now, Earth may run out of oxygen, says study
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A billion years from now, Earth may run out of oxygen, says study

In a new study, researchers have predicted that there'll be no more oxygen left on Earth in billion years from now. But, how will it happen? Countries have time and again batted for an eco-friendly environment to make sure more greenery and fewer pollution within the atmosphere. This, not only helps sustain biodiversity, but also helps humans live a healthier life. But what is going to happen if the universe itself conspires to kill life on…

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Best camera for youtube aka blog camera

Best camera for youtube aka blog camera Illustrative Image Making blog of your favorite work and to show your work for the benefit of common people and earning is new trends in these years as the social plate forms like Youtube , Instagram and other platform are filled with the enormous video content and if you planning to 'step in' in this following fields then you…

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Some less known facts about Republic Day and Indian Constitution

Some less known facts about Republic Day and Indian Constitution We are living in this country with our free will and with full freedom, If we go through the history of formation of Indian constitution and struggle for it then we will definitely be amazed with the interesting facts of the constitution and republic day here are following less known facts. 26 January 1930 was earlier celebrated…

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Best ten audiobooks of all time at Audible

Best ten audiobooks of all time at Audible Books have always been a path to knowledge, fiction, literature and one of the best way to understand the world by upgrading and gathering the information. Earlier the books only means a hard copy of paper but now the time has change you can listen your books and the books narrate itself in this era of audiobooks. Here are…

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Quantum teleportation: ’90% accuracy’ high-fidelity internet milestone 44 Km transfer achieved

Quantum teleportation: ’90% accuracy’ high-fidelity internet milestone 44 Km transfer achieved A viable quantum internet by quantum teleportation—a network during which information stored in qubits is shared over long distances through entanglement—would transform the fields of knowledge storage, precision sensing and computing, introduction a replacement era of communication.This month, scientists at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory—a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory affiliated with the University of Chicago—along with partners at five institutions took a…

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December 27 Events

December 27 Events 537 –On December 27 the development of the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is completed.1512 – The Spanish Crown issues the Laws of Burgos, governing the conduct of settlers with reference to native Indians within the New World.1521 – The Zwickau prophets arrive in Wittenberg, disturbing the peace and preaching the Apocalypse.1655 – Second Northern War/the Deluge: Monks at the Jasna Góra Monastery in…

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Korean tokamak the artificial sun sets the new world record of 20 sec long operation at 100 million degrees

Korean tokamak the artificial sun sets the new world record of 20 sec long operation at 100 million degrees Credit: National Research Council of Science & Technology The Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR), a superconducting fusion device also referred to as the Korean artificial sun, set the new record because it succeeded in maintaining the heat plasma for 20 seconds with an ion temperature over 100 million degrees Celsius.On November 24 (Tuesday),…

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‘Electro polymerization’ of metal nanoparticles give plasmons new potential to damp energy

'Electro polymerization' of metal nanoparticles give plasmons new potential to damp energy Rice University scientists coupled gold nanoparticles with soft polymers that pull energy from the gold's plasmonic response to light. That energy can then be used to potentially catalyze chemical reactions. Credit: Emily Searles/Rice University A team led by Rice University chemists Christy Landes and Stephan Link, both related to the Smalley-Curl Institute, have made hybrid particles…

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